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Re: Interested

From: ashwini dahiya
Subject: Re: Interested
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 10:52:49 +0530

     Any Hurd developers who require a hand in their module, please feel free
to include me their list.



On Wed, 28 Nov 2001 09:39:31  
 ashwini dahiya wrote:
>  Sorry for the super late response. Could the hurd maintainers point me to
>something through which i can make my contribution.
>  Looking forward to some responsibility.
>On Wed, 11 Jul 2001 23:38:41  
> Christopher Carella wrote:
>> Thanks for your interest in the Free Software Movement. I cc'd this email to 
>> the Hurd Maintainers as they are likely to be more helpful than I.
>>>    I was browsing through the GNU site, and i'm interested in contributing
>>> to free software. I'm interested in the "Common Internet File System"  
>>> project.
>>>    To tell a little about by background, i have 2+ years of experience in 
>>> the 
>>> industry. I'm presently employed at Cisco India. Before this i was in Wipro,
>>> this is an indian company. I have experience of writing Linux system kernel 
>>> drivers and modules, as one of my project in Wipro, the WAP (Wireless 
>>> Application Protocol) stack was implemented using the LiS framework.
>>>   Looking forward to working for free software.
>>> Regards,
>>> Ashwini Dahiya
>>The Hurd Maintainers <>, can most likely get you 
>>pointed in the right direction. If you have any questions feel free to 
>>contact me.
>>Christopher Carella <>
>>GNU Volunteer Coordinator
>>"Freedom, morality and the human dignity of individuals consists precisely in 
>>this that he does good not because he is forced to do so, but because he 
>>concieves it, wants it, and loves it." --Mikhail Bakunin

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Harald Simon wrote:

BTW This is question for help-hurd, not for web-hurd.

> I tried to update the gnumach source tree. But, unfortunately I get
> the following messages:
> cvs server: ignoring modul gnumach
> cvs checkout: cannot find password
> cvs [checkout aborted]: user "cvs login" to log in first
> The source tree hurd does not make the trouble!

Does the source tree for hurd contain directories gnumach and mig?  If 
so, then you have already checked out gnumach, mig and hurd.

Ognyan Kulev <>, "\"Programmer\""

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