[TUHS] Reorganising the Unix Archive? (GNU?)

Nick Downing downing.nick at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 17:00:33 AEST 2017

I would be happy to provide hosting for pretty much anything, although
any curating activities would have to wait until I have time. I
purchased a domain "retrosbc.com" which was supposed to be for a retro
single-board computers business, not my current enthusiasm but it has
"retro" in the name and is sufficiently opaque that it can host
anything retro :) If anyone is keen to make use of this hosting to put
curated materials online, then I will provide them an account, its a
virtual server and I think anyone here would be capable of "sshing" to
cheers, Nick

On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 5:50 PM, Warren Toomey <wkt at tuhs.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 02:14:19PM +0800, Jason Stevens wrote:
>>    I dont know if it's worth even trying to find and mirror pre 1993 ( IE
>>    when cheap CD-ROM mastering was possible) GNU software?
> I'm happy to accept CD images of GNU stuff, but "GNU's not Unix" so it
> may not be put into the Unix Archive.
> We do need a GNU historian and curator. Ditto for Linux.
> Cheers, Warren

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