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Re: Octave needs a central site for user mfiles

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Re: Octave needs a central site for user mfiles
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 02:03:21 -0600 (CST)

On  8-Feb-2000, John A. Turner <address@hidden> wrote:

| >>>>> "DS" == Doug Sturim <address@hidden> writes:
| DS> The Octave community needs a central ftp site for user m-files.  I
| DS> was hunting through the archived emails and there seem to be a lot
| DS> of useful functions floating around. Emphasis on "floating". I did
| DS> find one large site but it 1) it is fairly old and 2) my Spanish
| DS> has declined after I dropped it in 9th grade. At least I think it
| DS> was Spanish. I remember more COBOL then Spanish.
| I've mentioned before - jwe wasn't ready to
| move there yet, but it could provide a home for other
| octave-related stuff

Right, I'm not really interested in moving the Octave ftp or web
sites, though I am interested in knowing what needs to be done so that points to the current site.

If someone else wants to maintain a separate ftp archive for
contributed code, that would be great.  But I can't be involved in
setting it up or maintaining it, since I don't have time for that.

So far, no one has volunteered to take over maintenance of the FAQ
either (hint, hint...).



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