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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Darkstar Development Project
On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, Larry McVoy wrote:

> On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 01:13:56PM -0400, mberglund wrote:
> > Name:
> > Darkstar - an integrated operating system based on the Linux kernel
> > and a stable set of tools.
> [...]
> > Development:
> > In addition, by maintaining the system in CVS we can offer much
> > faster and convenient source updates than are currently available
> > from other Linux-based systems currently available.
> Err, "faster"? The following is the moral equiv of 4 kernel updates
> which had nothing to do using BitKeeper instead of CVS. The local copy
> was in San Francisco and the remote copy is Cort's machine in New Mexico
> over a 384Kbits/sec link. All 4 updates in 5 seconds. Anyone have a
> CVS tree they can try to get comparable numbers?
> At the risk of being slashdot-ed, you can browse these trees with BK's
> replacement for CVSweb at

Cool... So can the latest version of the sources for BitKeeper be checked
out too, or do we just have to write a script to extract it from the BkWeb
changesets? :P

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