Yes -- thank you.  Dyslexia-r-me  

On Wed, Jan 12, 2022 at 3:49 AM <> wrote:
Clem Cole <> wrote:

> Beyond base duplication, numerous companies published parts of them and in
> particular parts if not all of the roff manual.  For instance, a firm in
> Seattle called CSSC published a number of reference guides and use guides
> based on them

You mean "SSC" - Specialized Systems Consultants. I did work for them
in the 90s and they started Linux Journal, for which I wrote a few articles
early on.  The main guy there, Phil Hughes, was an interesting person.
After getting rich from LJ he dropped out and moved to Central or South

CSSC is the GNU project's reimplimentation of SCCS, to which, I believe,
Larry contributed.