Registered 2013-08-25 by Destiny Architect

MS32O8: MultiSystem's LiveUSB MultiBoot is a multi-boot live USB creator software , specifically the best I Destiny have found so far (my comparison http://1.JotHere.com/MRT2VQ ).
MS32OS: This website is for its not-yet-official-but-notably-improved issue tracking and hopefully docs & more.

MS32OI: The software creates liveUSBs each which boot not just 1 OS but are *multi-boot* (typically a very big advantage in practice) and supports ~300 (the most) boot CD/USBs distributions (as most Linux distros) + 7 (the most ) bootloaders http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fliveusb.info%2Fdotclear%2Findex.php%3Fpages%2Fos&act=url , 26 natural languages, is itself is a live USB/CD & it recursively manages itself, adds persistence to 6 (the most) different distributions, can update all software it installs (except for persistence), and more features.
MS34A6: It's Sourceforge entry is http://sourceforge.net/projects/multisystem but note that only contains the software's executable plus, for source, not a living source tree but a just a single tarball (and currently outdated).

MS33VD: Why do I Destiny http://launchpad.net/~lpda1 create this additional website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Launchpad.net for this software? Pros thru cons,
MS33VO: *BIG PRO: (I want to post bug reports but ) the official "issue tracker" is very limited but LaunchPad's is one of the best http://1.JotHere.com/MJHRef?q=%22MS33WO%22+bug (aka point MS33WO on https://bugs.launchpad.net/multisystem/+filebug?field.title=click_Next_then_see_below_reporting_guidelines )
MS32P3: *PRO: the software is implemented not just in but a remastering of Ubuntu LTS and LaunchPad.Net hosts most Ubuntu development, including ideally the app of the software will become an official Ubuntu package.
MS34L8: *PRO: the software's official documentation (1st URL here) is non-Wiki indeed doesn't even allow comments (and is all in French with built-in translate which appears broken), but LauchPad.Net provides a wiki and I understand with translations.
MS34Q8: *PRO: the software presently has no public source control (as can be seen at http://sourceforge.net/projects/multisystem/files/source ), but Bazaar http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Bazaar is one of the best and is homed at LaunchPad.Net, so perhaps MultiSystem developers will use it or one of the (sadly few) other VCS choices here.
MS5E2J: *CON: LauchPad.Net makes itself appear a Bazaar zealot including only supports other VCS (as SVN & even Git & Mercurial) for at-best "Import only" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_open_source_software_hosting_facilities#Available_version_control_systems

MS5SL2: Site historic archive folder: https://drive.google.com/#folders/0B1ockHRlkWswMnlYUmczZzQ4YWc
MS91MM: for every page of the site, a copy should be saved here after every change to it overwriting any existing file for it (know files are auto-versioned); Insync http://1.JotHere.com/4156#MNYCRU makes doing that easy.

MS5C8I: This site's URL, specifically the "multisystem" of https://launchpad.net/multisystem
MS5CZA: *I Destiny picked this carefully. My considerations, pros thru cons:
MS5D0Q: **PRO: what is already used at official site http://sourceforge.net/projects/multisystem (per internal note MS30WI)
MS5D2A: **PRO: "this the known name for years for the software including http://google.com/search?q=multisystem&oq=multisystem finds it (the 3 top finds); and https://duckduckgo.com/?q=multsystem top 5 finds finds it 2x." says internal note MS33HX (updated here)
MS5D7P: **CON: All per internal note MS30WI: per http://liveusb.info/dotclear/index.php?pages/about , this ("MultiSystem") is actually the maker's name, not the product name, which, to be globally unique as intended here, should be the maker+product name. To address this, I also considered "mslumb" short for MultiSystem LiveUSB MultiBoot", (including MS can't always stand for Microsoft :-). But then found the other considerations more important.

quote(LG4OWH: What are these codes as “LG4OWH:” on this point? They’re short IDs to date-stamp, uniquely-reference, & portably-track most any point or item http://1.JotHere.com/6mp )

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Destiny Architect
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