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Re: [DotGNU]Participation at SEE/DEE-Development

From: S11001001
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Participation at SEE/DEE-Development
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 14:05:38 -0600
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Remy Apfelbacher wrote:
Hello all,


since some weeks I am following dotGNU and I think it is very
interesting and promising. I tried to get some overview with help of the
website(s) and the mailing lists (is the architecture mailing-list

In short terms-> most discussion, even if it really belongs on one of the other lists, happens on address@hidden, just for the bigger audience.

In short terms-> Working on SEE/DEE would please me.

Unfortunately the mailing list of SEE/DEE (via seems to be quite dead as
well and development is stucked to "Andormeda" -- a proof of concept,

So which tasks are open and what can I do for SEE/DEE-development??

Well, for one, you can have a look at <> and <>. These are, respectively, the early beginnings of a specification for the SEE, and a new write-up of the SEE page on Please comment on the spec (other than that it's not finished, of course), or write something to add on to it!

Once upon a time there was a DOS user who saw Unix, and saw that it was
good.  After typing cp on his DOS machine at home, he downloaded GNU's
unix tools ported to DOS and installed them.  He rm'd, cp'd, and mv'd
happily for many days, and upon finding elvis, he vi'd and was happy.  After
a long day at work (on a Unix box) he came home, started editing a file,
and couldn't figure out why he couldn't suspend vi (w/ ctrl-z) to do
a compile.
        -- Erik Troan, address@hidden

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