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RE: [seul-sci] Re: Introductions
On 28-Mar-00 Pete St. Onge wrote:
> I'm really happy to see from the introductions that we all come from a
> varied set of backgrounds - Computer Engineering, Atmostpheric Research,
> VLSI, Physics, and Aeronautics, Network Operations and Physical Limnology.
> Those of you who haven't yet introduced yourselves, please do!
OK; I'm around 33, finishing my PhD in physics (plasma physics). Linux is my
primary OS since 1993 - 0.99pl11 (anybody remembers the SLS distribution? :-)).
I maintain Grace (was Xmgr before) - http://plasma-gate.weizmann.ac.il/Grace/.
> Miguel brings up the topic of a numerical library for Linux. I found that
> the coordinator of the SAL site, Herng-Jeng Jou, has what appears to be a
> fairly detailed plan (http://www.KachinaTech.COM/~hjjou/scilib/) for such a
Unfortunately, this has been a waporware for years. I suggest you to take a look
at GSL instead (http://sourceware.cygnus.com/gsl/). For a reason the project is
not widely known yet.
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