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2003-11-20
2014-02-16
  • Bruno Castonguay

    I cannot find the source code anywhere.  I can find the original source
    at your download site but I know that you've made a few changes.  Is the
    download current at your site?  Can you place the current code here?
    I am seeking other C programmers to help bring it to completion.
    Reset00

     
    • Paul Edwards

      Paul Edwards - 2006-11-10

      I am so sorry. I didn't know these forums existed, so I didn't see your message. I previously expected people to use CVS to access the source code. But I have just today spent the effort to figure out how to make file releases available here. So you can now download the source code via the normal "download" section.

      It would be great if you could get other C programmers to work on PDOS or PDPCLIB. I am doing work on PDPCLIB at the moment because I am porting GCC 3.2.3 to MVS. But I haven't done any work on PDOS for a long time.

       
  • GReaper

    GReaper - 2013-04-13

    I could help you. I like making operating systems ( the "OverSight(OS)" project is mine :-D ). I'm continuing it, but I lack motivation… Maybe some team work will reignite the flame within me!

     
  • Paul Edwards

    Paul Edwards - 2013-04-13

    Hi greaperex. Can you email me at mutazilah@gmail.com

     
  • Kevin Rattai

    Kevin Rattai - 2014-02-15

    Hi Paul, I'm glad to have come across PDOS.

    I would be happy to contribute to PDOS in some way, as time permits.

    Sorry to take this slightly off topic for this thread, but figured I'd just present this way rather than starting a new thread:

    I would like to take this time to present my interest in PDOS. I've been struggling with licensing for my project called monoflow:
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/monoflow/

    I really believe more strongly in Public Domain, but it seems that many programmers seem to have a problem with releasing their code to public, free of encumbrance or acknowledgement.

    Anyhow, long story short is, I've been working on a kernel concept since 1994 but never had the time or resources to pursue it. Then along came Linux and in a way, it became a moot point. Yet Linux and even BSD are encumbered, so in order to move forward with a kernel, rather than starting from scratch, it makes more sense to work with an existing PD kernel.

    As for monoflow, it is eventually intended to be an OS, while it is being developed right now as an application.

    So as I said, I wanted to express my support and also present my reasoning and hope to participate with PDOS as much as I can in the future.

    Cheers!

     
    • Paul Edwards

      Paul Edwards - 2014-02-16

      Hi Kevin.

      It would be great to have you aboard.

      You can read my views on licensing here:

      http://pdos.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pdos/pdos/pdpgoal.txt?view=markup

      You can join the forum here:

      https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/pdos/conversations/messages

      And join the IRC chat room here:

      https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=#pdos

      Thanks. Paul.

      From: Kevin Rattai
      Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2014 8:16 AM
      To: [pdos:discussion]
      Subject: [pdos:discussion] Source code

      Hi Paul, I'm glad to have come across PDOS.

      I would be happy to contribute to PDOS in some way, as time permits.

      Sorry to take this slightly off topic for this thread, but figured I'd just present this way rather than starting a new thread:

      I would like to take this time to present my interest in PDOS. I've been struggling with licensing for my project called monoflow:
      https://sourceforge.net/projects/monoflow/

      I really believe more strongly in Public Domain, but it seems that many programmers seem to have a problem with releasing their code to public, free of encumbrance or acknowledgement.

      Anyhow, long story short is, I've been working on a kernel concept since 1994 but never had the time or resources to pursue it. Then along came Linux and in a way, it became a moot point. Yet Linux and even BSD are encumbered, so in order to move forward with a kernel, rather than starting from scratch, it makes more sense to work with an existing PD kernel.

      As for monoflow, it is eventually intended to be an OS, while it is being developed right now as an application.

      So as I said, I wanted to express my support and also present my reasoning and hope to participate with PDOS as much as I can in the future.

      Cheers!


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