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Re: PPP for Hurd requirements

On Tue, 01 Aug 2000, Eric Gibson wrote:
> Hello All,
> 	I've been trying to keep up to date with the development of
> Hurd. It's very interesting to me. I read the task lists and
> assembled a list in my head of things I know I want, and things that
> keep getting asked for. Most pressing to me was PPP. I started
> reading the list to see where I could get involved, and could find
> no point of entry. I thought the best way to go about would be to
> generate some high level requirements, get some feedback and then
> enter with a clear vision of how I could help get this implemented.
> Here are the results of that task:
> http://lyonfyre.net/hurd/
> I'm looking at this from a pragmatic point of view, to get something
> that can be used while a true hurdian implementation can be erected.
> I'm very interested in getting feedback from people who may be
> working on this and documenting what's been done in the form of
> Requirements and Implementation notes to get this rolling. That way
> if someone else comes along and wants "to help" they can jump right
> in with what's been required/noted. I say "required" in a loose a
> term as possible 8-) 
> I've also got a framework in my head for requirements for things
> like an installation procedure, etc. I don't know how others feel
> about this, but if thier are good requirements usually the code
> flies along and the documentation creates itself. Are you peeps
> interested in this?
> Later,
> Eric
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I see that you have found the relevant discussions. I plan on working on this
very soon,  but right now I am devoting my time to the TRIO Web Management
Project at https://sourceforge.net/projects/trioweb/ as we are trying to get
version 0.9 released A.S.A.P. 

Let me know how far you get. If you get something simple working and want to
collaborate on getting a hurdish implemantation I'll be available soon.

Daniel E. Baumann Phone: (414) 462-1403 
E-mail: 	baumannd@msoe.edu (preferred)  
	baumannd@penguinpowered.com (caution: dynamic DNS service, may bounce)

Web location: 	http://www.msoe.edu/~baumannd

"Life would be so much easier if we could just look at the source code." 

      -- Dave Olson

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