> I think of this copyright only as preliminary, perhaps we should arrange
> s.th. like "Copyright by the DECstation Linux porting project" or similar ...
> I don't really _have_ to own the copyright on these pages ... Any ideas ?
Good idea... like you, I don't need to own the copyright either. Perhaps
we just need to acknowledge everybody that contributes.
> > Sounds like we're going to have some good progress over the next few
> > months, if Harald keeps this up!
> More good things to come ... Harald and I have started working on a Turbo
> Channel probing routine; I started with the Lance driver last night and
> am trying to get the kernel running on the DS5000/200 and 2100/3100.
> Well, I'm in the lucky situation of having some DECstations at home and
Oh I have one at home - it's just that with both a partner and a new house
to playt with, I don't find much time to do any hacking.
> (finally) one 5000/200 dedicated for Linux hacking at university ...
...and the day I have time to hack at work is an amazing day indeed...!!
> so I can spend most of my spare time on hacking. Now, if I only had more
> spare time instead of having to install a Windows NT PeeCee :-(.
Man's gotta do, what a man's gotta do, eh?
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