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No Daemon, GNU, Penguin Until Next Week
Thursday, April 28 2005 @ 11:08 AM EDT

This is just to let you know that the next installment of Peter H. Salus' The Daemon, the GNU and the Penguin will be next Thursday. He has been to three conferences in the last two weeks, and he's just too busy this week. Here is his message to you he asked me to post:

No installment of The daemon, the gnu and the penguin this week.

I'm sorry, but with three conferences (plus travel) in two weeks, I've been too busy. As I wrote earlier, the next installment will concern 1979.

I also know from his communication to me that he has done an interview of interest at the USENIX conference, which resulted in new information to add to the chapter dealing with 1979, so he's rewriting. I believe it will be worth the wait. Conferences are wonderful for interfacing with birds of a feather. And I'm so proud Groklaw is publishing Dr. Salus' book.


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