Subject: Re: HPPA Port Interest.....
To: None <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/29/1999 02:23:11
On Wed, 22 Dec 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> Many thanks Mouse! However, I've found that there is an existing
> port-hp700 list at netbsd.org. I've already subscribed, and suspect
> that would be a good communications channel, and within an existing
> structure.. (I'd love to see the archives!)
Traditionally the NetBSD project has not opened up a mailing list
until a port is brought into the source tree. Given the
interesting history of port-hp700 and the current situation it
probably makes more sense to open it up (the list of mailing
lists on the website is being updated as I type :)
> - Date: Sat, 18 Dec 1999 16:46:14 +0100
> - From: Feico Dillema <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> - Subject: Re: HPPA Port Interest...
> - Another useful communication channel IMHO is an easy to update
> - WWW-site to collect the info and initial experience. We already
> - host quite a set of virtual WWW-sites and WWW-mirrors (see:
> - http://www.pasta.cs.uit.no/Pasta/virtual.html), so adding one
> - is little work. For such a preliminary NetBSD-hppa site I would
> - like then to make a similar setup as we have for our local project
> - sites, i.e. have apache serve it's WWW-pages from a CVS-repository.
> Sounds like a plan..
Any luck on this Feico? - I'll be glad to add a link to your
pages from the main netbsd www site..
> I'd be thrilled if you would set them up.. On the other hand,
> perhaps we should have something closer to a running system before we
> worry about it.. (or perhaps we should ask `core' if we can start
> putting fragments of the port into the tree before it runs well/at all.)
I believe the previous metric has been 'at least boots to single