Getting this project going.
Mon, 12 May 1997 20:56:40 -0500 (CDT)

> I think in order to start making meaningful progress we need to take
> stock of what resources we've got.

Full agreement.


> I therefore propose that we need to make a list of all the people
> interested in LispOS and what they are prepared to work on, what they
> most want to work on, and how committed they are to doing work. Only
> then can we work out what is in reality going to end up being
> built. That way other people can start to plan a bit around this.

I'm interested in helping to make LispOS a reality, and to that
end I am prepared to work on anything, I most want to work on
projects that involve programming in Lisp, and I'm very committed
to doing work.  In the evenings I tend to be free, and I am more
than willing to dedicate this time to working on this project.
Weekends are dodgy, but whenever I have free time on the weekends,
I will happily dedicate the time to working on this project as well.
Furthermore, I will go as far as to install Linux (possibly
going for a system upgrade in the process), so my commitment
is strong.

> I nomitate Ahmed to collect this information (If he wants to). I
> suggest we summarise what we intend to do on this project and we
> collate this information.

I will be more than happy to do so.  I would appreciate it if people
who post information on what they are willing to do, would do so
under the topic "Duty Roster", just so it would make it easier
for me to spot them (and minimize the chances of my missing

I will start collecting this information immediately, and will
continue to do so until it stops flowing, or until I am requested
to do otherwise.  The information will be available to anyone
who requests it.


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