[self-interest] Re: Self on Linux (was: Self 4.1)

David Ungar David.Ungar at Eng.Sun.COM
Fri Nov 19 01:03:55 UTC 1999

I am sorry to have to miss this, but could work something out to be available
by telephone if it would be helpful.

- Dave

At 1:11 PM +0100 11/18/99, Thorsten Dittmar wrote:
>>  From: Gordon Cichon [mailto:gordon at cichon.de]
>>  >
>>  > So what can we do? I have one maybe crazy idea, but maybe
>>  it is useful
>>  > to push the linux port. We can invent a self weekend in our
>>  rooms for
>>  > everybody who want to join us. We will take care for
>>  machines, food and
>>  > a place to sleep and every participant take care for his
>>  knowledge and
>>  > brilliance ;-)
>>  >
>>  > What do you think about this?
>>  >
>>  > Thorsten Dittmar
>>  >
>>  > PS: This Millenium would be very nice, or not?
>>  >
>>  YES!!!!! Great idea! :-))))))))
>>  We could set up a cluster for *fast* VM compilation :-)
>>  Let's not do Millenium for it. I gave a promise not to
>>  touch any computer and not to use any computer dependent
>>  services on 1th January 2000. Let's say either 8th-9th
>>  or 15th-16th of January.
>This dates are a little bit difficult for me.
>>From the 6-8 we have our international meeting and a Y2K party. On the 15th
>my daughter celebrate her birthday party. What do you think about some days
>between 8-12. December. If this does not works I can try to reorganize the
>9th-11th weekend. What a kind of hardware and software do we need? How many
>people what to join us? Is there somebody from the other side of the sea who
>want to join us??
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     David Ungar
     Sun Microsystems Laboratories
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