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Re: binaries and contributed source archive

From: Joao Cardoso
Subject: Re: binaries and contributed source archive
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 19:27:23 +0000

Ben Sapp wrote:

> "John W. Eaton" wrote:
> >
> > Is anyone interested in maintaining an ftp/web archive of Octave
> > binaries and contributed sources?
> >
> I guess I am not so interested but I would like to see this happen and
> would be willing to do it if no one else wanted to.   Unfortunatlely I
> can not use any of the resources here at Los Alamos.   So, if no one
> else wants to do it, I will go through the process at sourceforge.   Let
> me know if you want me to do this and I will set it up in the next few
> weeks.
> > I cannot host it at the current Octave ftp/web site (soon to be
> >, I hope), but I think you could use if you
> > don't have any other stable place to host it.

someone (Matthew Roberts) has already "registered"
look at


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