Quoting Ciaran O'Riordan (ciaran at fsfe.org):
> Having read about the libc5 fork of glibc in Rick Moen's "Fear of
> Forking" essay, I went looking for more info about this fork since it
> seems to have healed so well that no one ever talks about it anymore.
> It also seems strangely underdocumented for a 10 year old event in a
> community that values putting everything about everything online.
Nicely done historical write-up. Thank you.
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