I subscribed to the mailing list ga at li.org that
Alastair mentioned. I'm also interested in
working on the port as well as for KDE. I suggest
we use ga at li.org to coordinate. We could keep
the work in progess on an ftp server perhaps.
Sean O Ceallaigh
s_oceallaigh at yahoo.com
--- "John P. Looney" <valen at redbrick.dcu.ie> wrote:
> Alastair McKinstry has sent me on the GNU
> translation files, that are
> partially translated. Does anyone interesting in
> doing this want to mail me
> for the files ? I could give a few people logins on
> my desktop, and they
> could work on them from there ?
> Is PIRACY killing the Amiga?" bravely ponders AMIGA
> FORMAT -
> well, either that or someone's stopped manufacturing
> the hardware.
> www.ntk.net (30.04.99)
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