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          Work-Needing and Prospective Packages for Debian GNU/Linux
   $Id: prospective-packages.html,v 1.7 1998/03/24 19:13:43 johnie Exp $
   This document is intended to identify areas that need your
   contributions. It provides information that hopefully changes quite
   often, so it supplements the regular Debian Developer documentation:
   [1]http://www.debian.org/developers_corner.html. This document
   provides the current list of packages which are either:
     * orphaned,
     * withdrawn from the unstable distribution,
     * maintained but its developer would like to find a new person,
     * currently being worked on to include in the distribution, and
     * good ideas -- they would be nice to have, but no one is yet
       working on them.
   New versions of this document will be available via FTP and HTTP:
     * [2]http://www.debian.org/doc/prospective-packages.html
     * [3]ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/doc/package-developer/prospective-pa
     * [4]ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/doc/package-developer/prospective-pa
   Please send additions, corrections, suggestions and wishes to the WNPP
   maintainer (wnpp@debian.org). Please mention which version of this
   document your comments refer.
   Try to change the subject of your mail to reflect the packages you're
   talking about, it makes it easier for to sort out all "Re:
   Work-Needing and Prospective Packages" emails. A suggested subject
   line reads "WNPP: removing foopackage" or "WNPP: working on
   barpackage". Thanks.
                                Recent Changes
Since version 1998/03/17

   The lzo, dfm, and nocol packages are uploaded.
   Packages needing a new maintainer
     * The ascd, ascdc, asmail, asmixer, netpbm, tkdesk and asmodem
       packages are now orphaned.
   Packages adopted
     * The iplogger package is adopted by Hugo Haas
     * The xmikmod and xpuzzles packages are adopted by Fredrik
       Hallenberg (hallon@lysator.liu.se).
     * The scm and slib packages are adopted by Jim Pick
       (jim@jimpick.com), who is also working on gnome.
     * The mp3info package is adopted by Pawel Wiecek
   Packages being created
     * The x11amp mp3 player is being packaged by Jens Ritter
     * An xtartan package (Scottish X backgrounds) is being created by
       Anselm Lingnau (lingnau@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de).
                               Orphaned packages
   An orphaned package is a package that has no current maintainer.
   Please inform the WNPP maintainer (wnpp@debian.org) via e-mail:
     * when you find that you need to orphan a package,
     * when you believe that the following list is incomplete, or
     * when you would like to maintain one of these packages.
   The following packages are orphaned:
   By the Debian QA Group (debian-qa@lists.debian.org):
     * 9wm -- An emulation of the Plan 9 window manager 8-1/2
     * bibindex -- fast lookup in BibTeX bibliography data bases
     * latex2rtf -- LaTeX text to RTF format translator
     * mcvert -- Tool to deal with specially encoded Macintosh files
     * pari -- A package for number theorists (non-free)
     * paridoc -- The documentation and examples for the PARI system
     * rc -- An implementation of the AT&T Plan 9 shell.
     * sam -- A plan9 derived text editor
     * xabacus -- Implementation of the classic Chinese abacus
     * xbattle -- A concurrent multi-player battle strategy game
     * xmcpustate -- Displays CPU/Swap/Memory/Network load
   By David Engel (david@ods.com):
     * ascd -- AfterStep CD player
     * ascdc -- AfterStep CD changer
     * asmail -- AfterStep mail monitor
     * asmixer -- AfterStep audio mixer
   By Herbert Xu (herbert@debian.org):
     * netpbm -- graphics conversion tools
   By Clint Adams (schizo@debian.org):
     * tkdesk -- Tk/tcl based X11 Desktop/File manager
     * asmodem -- AfterStep modem monitor
   By Dale Sheetz (dwarf@polaris.net):
     * ucblogo -- Dialect of lisp using turtle graphics famous for
       teaching kids
   By Christoph Lameter (clameter@debian.org):
     * wdb -- web to database language
       No upstream version since 1996
   By James Troup (J.J.Troup@scm.brad.ac.uk):
     * zoo -- manipulate archives of files in compressed form (non-free)
     * regex -- GNU regular expression library
   By Andreas Jellinghaus (aj@dungeon.inka.de):
     * giflib -- shared library for GIF images (non-free)
   By Patrick Edwards (pje120@mail.usask.ca):
     * cfs -- cryptographic filesystem (non-us)
     * mailpgp (non-us)
   By Steve Dunham (dunham@cps.msu.edu):
     * xtar-dmotif -- Motif front end for tar
     * xtar-smotif -- Motif front end for tar, with static libXm
   By Helmut Geyer (Helmut.Geyer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de):
     * xxgdb -- A X front-end to the GNU debugger gdb
   By Orn E. Hansen
     * xmailtool -- The good old BSD style mail reader
   By Yves Arrouye (Yves.Arrouye@marin.fdn.fr):
     * psptools -- Tools for PostScript printers and devices
   By Robert Leslie (rob@mars.org):
     * motifnls -- Files needed to run some Motif applications
   By Michael Fletcher (zidj@geocities.com):
     * rsynth -- Text to speach program (non-free)
   By Karl Sackett (krs@cortex.caos.aamu.edu):
     * courtney -- Program to detect SATAN scans
     * groupkit -- Real-time groupware applications package
     * imgstar -- IMG* Image Processing Toolset and C Library (non-free)
     * lee -- Latent Energy Environment
     * objpak -- An Objective-C collection class library
     * pgapack -- A general-purpose genetic algorithm library
     * saoimage -- A utility for displaying astronomical images
     * snns -- Stuttgart Neural Net Simulator (non-free)
     * tcs -- Character set translator
     * wily -- A work-alike of the Acme programming environment for Plan
     * xephem-smotif -- An interactive astronomical ephemeris for X
                              Withdwrawn packages
   A withdrawn package is an orphaned package that is no longer in the
   unstable distribution, but instead stored in project/orphaned. A new
   maintainer is needed to resurrect these pacakges:
     * apsfilter -- A lineprinter input filter for systems with lpd/lpr
     * auto-pgp -- integrates PGP with Emacs RMAIL mode (non-free)
     * cfgtool -- Manipulate system configuration variables
     * compress-package -- fileset to build Debian compress packages
     * dld -- a library package of C functions that performs dynamic link
       editing (do we still need this?)
     * infocom -- A freely distributable parser for Infocom data files
     * isite -- Information System for Libraries
     * j1 -- A compiler of some sort
     * libc4 -- The Linux C library version 4 (a.out)
     * mathpad -- Mathematically oriented document preparation
     * pash -- a full screen shell for Unix (contrib)
     * ppd-adobe -- Adobe's PostScript Printer Description files
     * splay -- MPEG-3 audio player (contrib)
     * term -- a serial-line multiplexer
     * zyxel -- U-1496 (ZyXEL) Modem Driver for dialin, fax, and
       voice-mail (non-free)
                       Packages needing a new maintainer
   Please inform the WNPP maintainer (wnpp@debian.org) via e-mail when
   you find that you'd like to discontinue maintaining a package. To
   adopt a package, please inform both WNPP and the current maintainer of
   the package.
   The following packages are offered up for adoption:
   By Karl M. Hegbloom (karlheg@bittersweet.inetarena.com):
     * cvsweb -- A CGI interface to your CVS repository
     * gv -- A PostScript and PDF viewer for X using 3d Athena Widgets
     * procmail-lib -- A library of useful procmail recipes
     * rel -- Determines relevance of text documents to a set of keywords
     * cgiwrap -- Allows ordinary users to run their own CGI scripts
     * browser-history -- User daemon that tracks URL's looked at and
       logs them to a WWW page
     * suidmanager -- Manage File Permissions
   By Scott Ellis (scott@debian.org):
     * deliver -- local mail delivery agent
   By Riku Voipio (riku.voipio@iki.fi):
     * xfractint -- UNIX-based fractal generator
     * xtron -- Tron game for X
     * fte -- Fte text editor for Console and X-windows
     * gmod -- module player for Ultrasound and AWE soundcards
   By Johnie Ingram (johnie@netgod.net):
     * cfengine -- tool for configuring and maintaining network machines
     * libfcgi2 -- FastCGI web library
   By J.H.M. Dassen (Ray) (jdassen@wi.LeidenUniv.nl):
     * lesstif -- Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif.
       Making the lesstif packages isn't very difficult. The challenge
       with this package is that LessTif is still not complete, and may
       well again have bugs that are difficult to track (recently: memory
       leaks and X hangs). The ideal maintainer would be somebody who is
       familiar with debugging X stuff, and who is prepared to work
       closely with the upstream developers.
   By Rob Browning (rlb@cs.utexas.edu):
     * libident -- a simple RFC1413 client library
   By Vincent Renardias (vincent@waw.com):
     * lde -- Linux Disk Editor
     * scilab -- Matrix-based scientific software package (a la Matlab
       and Xmath) (non-free)
   By Martin Schulze (joey@infodrom.north.de):
     * staroffice3 -- Star Office 3.1 installer
   By Michael Meskes (meskes@topsystem.de):
     * html2latex -- Convert HTML markup to LaTeX markup (non-free)
     * icmake -- Intelligent C-like MAKEr, or the ICce MAKE utility
     * ntfs -- A driver for the Windows NT file system
     * umsdos -- UMSDOS file system utilities
     * xftp -- Athena X interface to ftp
   By Joost Witteveen (joost@rulcmc.leidenuniv.nl):
     * axe -- An editor for X (non-free)
     * pixmap -- A pixmap editor
     * pstoedit -- Converts ps files into edditable files for xfig/tgif
     * wm2 -- Small, unconfigurable window manager
   By Christoph Lameter (clameter@waterf.org):
     * adpkg -- Alternate Package maintenance system (experimental)
     * cmostool -- CMOS manipulator
     * debsums -- Tools to handle md5sums for installed packages
     * devbios -- BIOS flash programming tool
     * floppybackup -- Floppy backup using a diversity of floppy formats
     * frad -- Frame Relay Tools for DLCI/SDLA Drivers in 2.0/2.1 kernels
     * fvwm95 -- Win95 lookalike Window Manager for X
     * htget -- HTTP file transfer tool
     * ipportfw -- Port forwarding tool + kernel patches
     * iptraf -- Interactive IP traffic analyzer
     * jered -- Simple C/C++ text editor with color
     * le -- Text Editor with block and binary operations
     * mserver -- Network Modem Server
     * optimizer -- Assembler Code optimizer for MMX, PPro and Pentium
     * pciutils -- PCI utilities for 2.1.80 and higher
     * poppassd -- Password change server for Eudora and NUPOP
     * sftp -- Small ftp client with amazing features
     * sharefont -- Shareware font selection for X11 (non-free)
     * shaper -- Traffic shaper for 2.1.x kernels
     * smb-nat -- SMB Network Analysis Tool
     * xfstt -- TrueType Font Server for X11
     * xskat -- Skat as defined by the official german Skatordnung
     * zmailer -- Mailer for Extreme Performance Demands
                      Packages that someone is working on
   Programs listed in this section aren't yet available as Debian
   packages, but someone is working on providing a package. If you would
   like to work on one of these packages please contact the responsible
   person listed below.
   The following packages are being worked on:
   By Jens Ritter (grimaldi@debian.org):
     * x11amp -- X-based mp3 player
   By Marcelo E. Magallon (mmagallo@efis.ucr.ac.cr):
     * wmcdplay -- applet for playing CDs
     * wmmount -- applet for mounting and unmounting filesystems
   By Gene McCulley (mcculley@debian.org):
     * gcc-m68k-palmos-coff -- cross-compiler for PalmPilot
     * gdb-m68k-palmos-coff -- cross-debugger for PalmPilot
     * prc-tools
     * vMac -- Macintosh emulator
   By Hubert Weikert (weikert@muninn.cube.net):
     * [5]FCT -- web-based firewall config tool
   By David Frey (david@eos.lugs.ch):
     * NoSQL -- relational database management system
   By Jean Pierre LeJacq (jplejacq@quoininc.com):
     * [6]enskip -- security module for TCP/IP stack
   By Joey Hess (joey@kitenet.net):
     * aview -- high quality ascii-art browser
   By Manoj Srivastava (srivasta@datasync.com):
     * perlindex -- search engine for Perl documentation
   By Patrick Ouellette (pouellet@eng.utoledo.edu):
     * gpc -- GNU Pascal Compiler
   By Fabien Ninoles (ninf01@gel.usherb.ca):
     * Cold Project -- A free Multi User Virtual Environment, a.k.a. 'MUD
       with much more!'
   By Alistair Cunningham (ac212@cam.ac.uk):
     * Chain Reaction
   By Ben Gertzfield (che@debian.org):
     * TCD, a GPL audio CD player
   By Greg Stark (gsstark@mit.edu):
     * zephyr
   By Brian Basset (brian@butterfly.ml.org):
     * WarFTPD
   By Alexander List (alexlist@sbox.tu-graz.ac.at):
     * [7]tpc
   By Robert Edmonds (edmonds@freewwweb.com):
     * tasktimer
   By Roderick Schertler (roderick@argon.org):
     * quake2-dm
     * libfile-df-perl
   By Tom Lear (tom@trap.mountain-view.ca.us):
     * acidwarp -- svgalib screen hack ported from dos
     * xfmix -- xforms-based mixer program
   By Kirk Hilliard (kirk@ghoti.com):
     * proj -- conversion utilities for geographic projections and
       coordinate systems
   By Ed Petron (epetron@leba.net):
     * Purdue Compiler Construction Tool Set (PCCTS)
   By Leland Olds (olds@eskimo.com):
     * YADE -- Yet Another Diagram Editor
   By Jim Pick (jim@jimpick.com):
     * [8]mico ORB
   By Anselm Lingnau (lingnau@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de):
     * tclhttpd -- TCL-based webserver
   By Shaleh (shaleh@livenet.net):
     * [9]The enlightenment window manager
   By Erik Andersen (andersee@debian.org):
     * [10]Willows TWIN
   By Alexander Lazarevic (lazarevi@prinz-atm.cs.Uni-Magdeburg.DE):
     * squeak -- implementation of Smalltalk
   By Stuart Lamble (lamble@yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au):
     * [11]Modula-3
   By Igor Grobman (igor@digicron.com):
     * (x)battleball -- 3D soccer game
   By Brian Bassett (brian@butterfly.ml.org):
     * Caldera COAS
   By Darren (torin@daft.com):
     * [12]eterm -- VT102 emulator for X
   By Brian Sulcer (bsulcer@gibson.com):
     * vile (vi-like editor)
     * rogue
     * umoria
   By Martin Schulze (joey@infodrom.north.de):
     * yodl
   By Christian Lynbech (lynbech@daimi.aau.dk):
     * ilisp -- emacs interface to a number of lisp systems
     * hyperbole -- emacs hypertext/info management system
     * oobr -- emacs package for browsing OO programs
     * STk -- Scheme Tk, a scheme interpreter with Tk support
   By Dermot Bradley (bradley@debian.org):
     * Umich LDAP
   By Vincent Renardias (vincent@odin.waw.com):
     * FWF (Free Widget Foundation) -- A pretty good set of graphic
     * [13]Aero -- A Physically Based Simulation and Animation System
   By Klee Dienes (klee@sedona.com):
     * NIST's POSIX validation suite
   By Yoshiaki Yanagihara (yosiaki@bsd2.kbnes.nec.co.jp):
     * japanese packages -- mule, canna, Japanese Extended less
   By Boris D. Beletsky (borik@isracom.co.il):
     * MIT scheme
     * Scheme->C
     * [14]Freedom Desktop
   By Christian Leutloff (leutloff@debian.org):
     * dtdparse
     * iDoc -- QA tool for Java Send mail if you're interested in this
   By Kai Henningsen (kai@khms.westfalen.de):
     * sather
   By Tristan McCann (trismcc@nh.ultranet.com):
     * Linux phone
   By Martin Alonso Soto Jacome (masoto@uniandes.edu.co):
     * [15]jazz midi sequencer
   By Christian Meder (christian.meder@utoronto.ca):
     * [16]MuPAD -- computer algebra tool from University of Paderborn,
   By Andy Mortimer (andy.mortimer@poboxes.com):
     * TinyMUSH
   By Yann Dirson (dirson@univ-mlv.fr):
     * Using SGML, basic concepts -- documentation
     * Understanding and writing SGML DTDs -- documentation
   By Hamish Moffatt (hamish@debian.org):
     * [17]mars_nwe -- Netware server
   By Marco Budde (Marco.Budde@hqsys.antar.com):
     * HTML version of Matt Welsh's "Installation & Getting Started"
   By Charles Briscoe-Smith (cpb4@ukc.ac.uk):
     * UPS -- the X-based debugger (there are Linux-specific patches
     * GSpreview
   By Peter Tonoli (anarchie@brimstone.suburbia.net):
     * terroid
   By Joost Kooij (joost@kooij.com):
     * xbat
   By Will Lowe (harpo@udel.edu):
     * clisp
   By Stephan Suerken (suerken@fh-worms.de):
     * uae
     * gom
     * xpcd
   By Brian S. Julin (bri@mojo.calyx.net):
     * hypernews
   By Robert Resendes (resendes@ici.net):
     * [18]omniORB
   By Federico Di Gregorio (fog@perosa.alpcom.it):
     * reiserfs
   By James R. Van Zandt (jrv@vanzandt.mv.com):
     * mirrordir -- mirrors directory trees
     * emacsspeak-bs
     * emacsspeak-ap
     * emacsspeak-ac
     * emacsspeak-xx
   By David Damerell (damerell@chiark.greenend.org.uk):
     * mangband
   By Gregor Hoffleit (flight@mathi.uni-heidelberg.de):
     * gstep-make
     * gstep-gui
     * gstep-xdps
     * gstep-db
     * dgs
     * cakit
     * ockit
     * objc
   By Brian Bassett (brian@butterfly.ml.org):
     * cgic -- CGI C library from boutell.com
     * srgp -- Simple Raster Graphics Package
   By Leonardo Boselli (leo@dicea.unifi.it):
     * listguard -- mailing list manager
   By Gergely Madarasz (gorgo@caesar.elte.hu):
     * hugs -- haskell interpreter
   By Claus R. Wickinghoff (chef@sundancer.oche.de):
     * changesys -- newsgroup ordering tool
                 Programs that aren't available yet in Debian
   Programs listed in this section aren't yet available as Debian
   packages, but there has been an expressed desire to include them. If
   you want to create one of these packages, or any Debian package,
   please send an e-mail with an "Intent to create ..." subject line to
   the Debian development list (debian-devel@lists.debian.org).
   If you are not already a developer, instructions on joining the Debian
   Project are in the "Developers Corner" of the Debian website.
   Programming and development
     * ECoLisp -- a Common Lisp compiler that produces faster code but
       isn't as widely used as GCL
     * CLiCC -- Common Lisp compiler that generates stand-alone apps
       (rather large ones, though)
     * CLX -- Common Lisp Xlib implementation
     * PCL -- Portable Common Loops for GCL
     * Cross-compilation environments for alpha, m68k, SPARC
     * [19]ACE -- (a free C++ library)
     * [20]FPK pascal
     * [21]GNU Nana -- improved support for assertions and logging in C
       and C++.
     * [22]qddb -- a relational database.
     * Kubota Graphics Corporation's now-PD 3-D visualization system,
     * The [23]pnmhisteq add-on that came with an older versions of
     * A pstogif package, (a binary is currently buried inside xemacs19,
       xemacs20, latex2html, and sdc).
     * A CAD package from the [24]Scientific Applications on Linux page.
     * The LGPL-ed GUI library [25]fltk which is supposed to be
       compatible with (non-free) XForms toolkit. Use of XForms is the
       sole reason that several useful packages like lyx are in contrib
       rather than main.
     * Andrew
     * [26]mergemem
     * grok -- database with many functions
     * xidle
     * [27]Express, the GTK web browser for GNOME.
   Networking and Communication
     * ftptool
     * [28]Speakerphone/Answering Machine for USR and Rockwell Modems
     * [29]SSL FTP and FTPD -- If possible, the SSL functionality for the
       daemon should be ported to the one in netstd, as that may contain
       security fixes not in SSL ftpd.
     * [30]Telnet98, with 128-bit encryption (non-us).
     * [31]pathchar, a device for measuring bandwidth of remote pipes.
     * The [32]coda filesystem tools.
   Text utilities
     * HTML editors (tkHTML, auc-html.el)
     * [33]Virtual Paper
     * A free English dictionary ([34]www.dict.org).
     * [35]sfio -- C library stdio replacement
     * [36]Artificial Life Programs
     * [37]Acmaint -- user administration tool
     * [38]hpack -- non-us archiver
     * [39]rar -- shareware archiver
     * [40]sound-recorder, a CD sound recorder that doesn't require CDDA.
                      Programs that someone should write
   This section contains suggestions/wishes for programs. There is no
   known implementation of such a program for Linux.
     * amspell (ms-dos) -like spell checker, i.e. a spell checker that
       checks the complete text first, searching for alternatives (on the
       fly) and asking for user action at the very end of the checking
       process. This saves much time on low memory machines.
                        Packages that cant be packaged
     * HotJava -- the license prohibits redistribution of any kind.
                              Historical Changes
                                Recent Changes
Since version 1998/03/10

   This list does not yet contain the packages newly added to
   Packages needing a new maintainer
     * The mp3info, xmikmod, ytalk, ucblogo, wdb, and xpuzzles packages
       are now orphaned.
     * Karl Hegbloom (karlheg@bittersweet.inetarena.com) needs a new
       maintainer for cvsweb, gv, procmail-lib, rel, cgi-wrap,
       browser-history, and suidmanager.
     * The deliver MDA needs a new maintainer.
   Packages adopted
     * The KDE suite and Kmodplayer are adopted by Stephan Kulow of KDE
       and Christian Hammers (ch@lathspell.westend.com).
     * The premail package is adopted by Brent Fulgham
     * The blt suite of Tk extensions is adopted by Gordon Russell
     * The dvi2tty package is adopted by Darren/Torin/Who Ever... (
     * The catdoc package is adopted by new maintainer Bjorn Brenander
     * The xcolors and xoj packages are adopted by new maintainer Fredrik
       Hallenberg (hallon@lysator.liu.se)
     * The hyperlatex package is adopted by Matthias Klose
   Packages being created
     * The Quake II deathmatch map package is being created by Roderick
       Schertler (roderick@argon.org).
     * A tasktimer package is being created by Robert Edmonds
       (edmonds@freewwweb.com, IRC "stu").
     * PalmPilot packages (gcc-m68k-palmos-coff, gdb-m68k-palmos-coff,
       and prc-tools) and vMac, a Macintosh emulator, are being worked on
       by Gene McCulley (mcculley@debian.org).


   1. http://www.debian.org/developers_corner.html
   2. http://www.debian.org/doc/prospective-packages.html
   3. ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/doc/package-developer/prospective-packages.txt
   4. ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/doc/package-developer/prospective-packages.html
   5. http://www.fen.baynet.de/~ft114/FCT/index.htm
   6. http://www.tik.ee.ethz.ch/~skip/
   7. http://www.tpc.int/
   8. http://diamant-atm.vsb.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/~mico/
   9. http://www.enlightenment.org/
  10. http://www.willows.com/
  11. http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/modula-3/html/home.html
  12. http://www.tcserv.com/Eterm/
  13. http://www.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de/ipvr/bv/aero/
  14. ftp://fsw.com/pub/fdlite/FDlite1.32.tar.gz
  15. http://rokke.grm.hia.no/per/jazz.html
  16. http://math-www.uni-paderborn.de/~cube
  17. ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/ncpfs
  18. http://www.orl.co.uk/omniORB/omniORB.html
  19. http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE.html
  20. http://sun01.brain.uni-freiburg.de/%7Eklaus/fpk-pas/
  21. http://wattle.cs.ntu.edu.au/homepages/pjm/nana-home/
  22. ftp://ftp.hsdi.com/pub/qddb/sources/
  23. http://www.fourmilab.ch/netpbm
  24. http://www.idite-minho.pt/SAL/
  25. http://www.cinenet.net/users/spitzak/fltk/
  26. http://www.mondoshawan.ml.org/mergemem/
  27. http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~conradp/express/
  28. http://www.mindspring.com/~bnaylor/spk/
  29. ftp://ftp.psy.uq.oz.au/pub/Crypto/SSLapps/
  30. ftp://quasimodo.stanford.edu/pub/telnet/
  31. ftp://ftp.ee.lbl.gov/pathchar/
  32. http://www.coda.cs.cmu.edu/
  33. http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/virtualpaper/
  34. http://www.dict.org/
  35. http://www.oasis.leo.org/perl/src/independent/sfio.dsc.html
  36. http://alife.santafe.edu/
  37. ftp://ftp.ecn.purdue.edu/pub/ACMAINT/
  38. http://sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk/public/computing/archiving/compress/hpack/
  39. http://www.zetnet.co.uk/RAR.T-Mail/
  40. http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/Incoming/sound-recorder-0.02.tar.gz

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