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[seul-edu] [Fwd: TPM is dead ... long live GT]
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- From: Doug Loss <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 08:23:52 -0500
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I'm forwarding this as an FYI. Since we announce new software, I figured
it was worthwhile to announce the demise of existing software.
David Symonds wrote:
> (Quick self-intro: I'm behind TPM, The Penguin Machine, and also
> GraphThing - http://members.optushome.com.au/davidsymonds/gt/).
> Since TPM has been dead for some time now, I was wondering if you'd be
> able to finally nail the coffin shut (i.e. delete the
> "tpm" account, etc.); would it also be possible to create a new account
> for GraphThing?
> I sent this to both of you (Doug and Pete), since tpm was part of
> SEUL/edu, but I think GraphThing probably belongs more in SEUL/sci.
> Thanks in advance,
> "Computer science is no more about computers
> than astronomy is about telescopes."
> - E.W. Dijkstra
Doug Loss All I want is a warm bed
Data Network Coordinator and a kind word and
Bloomsburg University unlimited power.
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