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On Sunday 24 June 2001 18:41, Chris Meadors wrote:

> Okay, I brushed on GEOS, Microsoft, Xenix, and even Linux. So I'm as on
> topic as the rest of this thread. I just have never told my story on l-k,
> and this seemed a good place to put a little of it in. :)
>
> -Chris

I just created a mailing list for this discussion attached to one of my
existing sourceforge projects. It's penguicon-comphist@lists.sourceforge.net.

This is sort of an abuse of sourceforge, but then again the project I
attached it to is to put together a Linux convention in Austin in 2003 and
we'll probably have at least one panel on computer history, and most likely a
BOF too, so it's SORT of on topic. :)

To subscribe, apparently you go here:

http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/penguicon-comphist

(I've cc'd the people who've emailed me about this topic so far, but haven't
subscribed anybody. If you're interested, you have to do it yourself.)

Rob
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