[vorbis-dev] now i'm a real vorbis guy.
kruus at on2.com
Tue Jan 2 18:06:58 PST 2001
yah, sure. I said no before, because the server used to be a pain to
set up, but that's no longer the case with this new-fangled Apache
suexec thingy. anybody could download a local copy and set up their
ownvorbis source-code browser (needs glimpse and perl)
I'm redoing the links so they work with the new directory structure.
-most- but not all were a bunch of of TeX macros, but it's still
somewhat slowly progressing.
Guess I'll be job-hunting as #1 priority though. Uggh.
On 2 Jan 2001, Mike Coleman wrote:
> Erik Kruus <kruus at on2.com> writes:
> > unemployed like you ex-icast folks :)
> > (half the company was axed)
> Hey Erik, sorry to hear it.
> I guess vorbis.on2.com will go away soon? That doc is useful--could it find a
> home on vorbis.org or something?
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