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>>>>> "mg" == Mel Gorman <mel@csn.ul.ie> writes:

mg> I wasn't sure how suitable patches would be for documentation
mg> but I'll try anything once. A tar ball of the current tex
mg> source is at
mg> http://www.csn.ul.ie/~mel/projects/vm/guide/vm_book.tar.gz
mg> . There is a CVS tree but it's on a computer thats already
mg> heavily loaded so I don't want to have it hammered.

If the license of your work allows, you could open a project on
Sourcerforge, Berlios or Savannah (under non-GNU projects ;) ) and
import your CVS tree there. I still have to read your documents, but
I think this is a wonderful project and it's very worth contributing
to it - so any infrastructural help in this sense would make sense.

Thank you for your work, I'm looking forward to having a look to it.

bye,

andrea
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