Frequently Asked Questions for letterpress
It was compiled by David Macfarlane <firstname.lastname@example.org> from material on the letterpress mailing list, as well as many other sources (noted where known). The specific contributors are listed within the individual questions. Please email me with any suggestions or concerns.
The Debian GNU/Linux FAQ - Debian¡¢LFS¡¢Gentoo×¨Ìâ°...
For each package the authors of the program(s) are credited in the file /usr/share/doc/PACKAGE/copyright, where PACKAGE is to be substituted with the package's name. Maintainers who package this software for the Debian GNU/Linux system are listed in the Debian control file (see What is a Debian control file?, Section 6.4) that comes with each package. The Debian changelog, in /usr/share/doc/PACKAGE/changelog.Debian.gz, mentions the people who've worked on the Debian packaging too.
The Three Amigos - FAQ
Andrew Huggett of Canada wrote all the music. The music is universal, written by a composer skilled at creating cross-over music that can travel around the world. The instruments used are varied and include a few kazoos.
Outer Space FAQ
This is a text buoy. You can have up to 30 separate personal buoys. From the system overview when clicking on a star on the sector map, you can add, edit, or delete a buoy. You can have 10 buoys that are visible to your allies. Check mark the "visible to allies" box so allies can see the buoy text on the map. Otherwise only you will be able to see it. You can write multiple lines, but only 2 lines will be displayed on the map.
The Gospel of Thomas: Frequently Asked Questions
No one knows. The four canonical gospels and Thomas and other gospels such as the Gospel of Philip (found at Nag Hammadi) were given their names some time in the second century. Scholars of the New Testament generally agree that none of the gospels were written by people who had ever met Jesus of Nazareth during his lifetime. But at a later date names were assigned to them that were associated with famous individuals in the earliest church.
Border Collie FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
No, I train and show in obedience and agility, and I write books about dogs. For information on finding Border Collie breeders and puppies for sale, and buying Border Collie puppies, visit A Border Collie For You.
Sacred Harp Singing FAQ
Some of the tunes in The Sacred Harp were composed in England during the period 1690-1810, not for cathedrals or royal chapels, but for churches and chapels in towns and countryside, and for urban charity hospitals. Many tunes were written by New Englanders between 1770 and 1810, among them Boston tanner William Billings, New Haven merchant Daniel Read, and Vermont schoolmaster and innkeeper Justin Morgan.
www.nellardo.com - Elfling FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) ...
Some lines (e.g. "Noro lim, Asfaloth!") come directly from Tolkien’s published writings. Those lines in the movie not directly from Tolkien were translated from English by Elfling participant David Salo. The Quenya lyrics in the Enya song “May it be” were translated by Roma Ryan. Other lyrics in Tolkien’s languages appearing in the soundtrack were translated by David Salo. (dos)