On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 04:49:34PM +1300, Philip Charles wrote: > Is there anyone who is gathering historical records of the Hurd's > development? I would suspect that most people would be like me and delete > material as it becomes out-dated and of no further use. As far as I am > aware the only permanent record would be the mailing list archive. > > If this is not been done I would suggest that someone at a university talk > with a historian to determine what material is needed to be kept, where > and how it should be kept. I am not a historian and I do not have the > contacts. > > When the Hurd is a major os, imagine the frustration of a historian if > suitable records have not been preserved and they are expected to write a > history. The only place I have found some history is at this page: http://www.cs.pdx.edu/~trent/gnu/hurd/ It's a page about the hurd, not updated since 1996. Jeroen Dekkers -- "all the _really_ interesting stuff will be going on in user space." --Linus Torvalds "just say NO TO DRUGS, and maybe you won't end up like the Hurd people." --Linus Torvalds, "I was never a "big thinker""
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