I've got a hardware support wiki in development and it's near release. I'm desperately in need of some guys to
write up some setup guides for me. The site isn't about what 'just works', It's about what does work with some
pain involved. It's not someones opinion or added crapola, It's just the facts to make it work.
It's not just about *BSD either, it's about Linux or any other unix like OS, there's more to life than *BSD.
If it has to be done with NDIS for example, It will tell you exactly what Windows driver version was used along
with other gory details. There are pleanty of mailing lists and forums about, but you can spend literally hours
looking through useless threads, while some people may have the time to do this, others may not and need the solution
quickly. When you do actually find a solution, it can still take hours to figure out exactly how to port it over
to your particular system, i.e. a Linux solution to a *BSD system. The service will be free to use and people will
be able to submit their own articles. I'm just in need of some people to help get it off the ground by writing up
Please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
if you're willing to help out.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.