Subject: Re: NetBSD port www homepage rewriters needed
To: David Brownlee <>
From: Brian Ginsbach <>
List: netbsd-advocacy
Date: 03/31/1999 22:58:39
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David Brownlee wrote:
>         We're looking for people to rewrite the port homepages for the
>         following ports:
>                 amiga hp300 macppc mvme68k newsmips sparc
>         A good example of the new www style is the NetBSD/vax homepage at:
>         Also, if anyone has any updates for any of the www pages (particularly
>         systems models, bus, and card information), please let us know.
>         Please respond to or
>         Many thanks
>                 David/absolute

I've started hacking on the mvme68k homepage.  I've used the vax 
page as a template and the old mvme68k page for the information.
Plus what other sources I could glean off web.  I have a pretty 
rough version. I'm not really that familiar with the port but I
felt like contributing!  I hope someday to get the vme crate in
the garage put together and running NetBSD.

I have split out the "history" ala the vax history page.  I basically
took the first part of the existing page and made it "history".  Any 
updates/changes are more than welcome.

Brian Ginsbach                                  <>