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wkt at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au
Fri Aug 6 15:00:46 AEST 1999
On Friday, 6 August 1999 at 13:51:30 +1000, Warren Toomey wrote:
> According to the SCCS records on Kirk McKusick's 4th CD,
> /usr/src/usr.bin/calendar/calendars/calendar.computer was:
> date and time created 89/11/27 14:10:01 by bostic
> Mind you, this was obviously the first time it was checked into SCCS.
> I'll keep looking. We could ask Keith what he knows about it.
Well, the earliest calendar.computer files I can find, apart from the
SCCS record, are:
Distributions/4bsd/43reno.vax/src.tar, calendar.computer dated 1989/11/28
Distributions/4bsd/net2/net2.tar, calendar.computer dated 1989/11/28
Distributions/4bsd/43reno.vax/usr.tar, calendar.computer dated 1990/07/29
[from the PUPS Archive] so the finger of suspicion does point at Keith Bostic.
In article by Greg Lehey:
> Sounds reasonable. You want to [ask Keith]?
Yep, I'll fire off some email now.
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