Subject: Re: DMA beyond end of isa
To: None <Chris_G_Demetriou@NIAGARA.NECTAR.CS.CMU.EDU>
From: John Birrell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/04/1996 10:06:23
> > Are you planning to do any design work on this? You _have_ to be the best
> > person to do it. And with all your spare time... 8-).
> Yes, i am. In fact, I've already done some, but a fair bit of it
> needs to be rethought.
Do you know if the Amiga ISA bus fits your model?
> the problem is, i can think of few things that i'm not "supposed to"
> work on that have a lower priority... So, most likely, i'll do most
> of the work on it when i have something that i'm supposed to do but
> don't want to... (that's one of the reasons i did the latest rev of
> the alpha TC code... 8-)
Huh? You have priorities for things you're not supposed to work on? Does a
higher priority in the no-supposed-to-work-on list mean that you're _really_
_really_ _really_ not supposed to work on it and you'll get the strap if you
do, or you just have to sit in the corner if you get caught?
Seriously, though, when do you think something might happen?
John Birrell CIMlogic Pty Ltd
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