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authorThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2008-11-23 00:39:41 +0100
committerThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2008-11-23 00:39:41 +0100
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parent36bb91a8b291d662fd07d448823c7dac4c803452 (diff)
Move user pages where they belong.
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@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ did a great job!
finishing the translator stack filtering necessary to implement some of the
desired functionality (accessing files while skipping existing translators).
-* [[Zheng_Da|da]] worked on **network virtualization** and some related topics. In
+* [[Zheng_Da|zhengda]] worked on **network virtualization** and some related topics. In
spite of many open design question in the beginning, he did a lot of good
work -- finishing not only the ethernet multiplexer and filter translators,
which form the core of his project, but also a glibc patch to allow
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ did a great job!
He is still working on fixing some remaining issues, and on allowing subhurds
to be run by normal users.
-* [[Flavio_Cruz|flavioc]] was working on **Lisp bindings for the Hurd interfaces**,
+* [[Flavio_Cruz|flaviocruz]] was working on **Lisp bindings for the Hurd interfaces**,
and did a great job: Not only did he implement bindings for all low-level
interfaces as well as higher-level libraries for easy creation of translators
and other hurdish programs, but also a whole bunch of sample
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ did a great job!
Unfortunately he was not able to continue work beyond the official deadline
because of his PhD.
-* [[Madhusudan.C.S|procfs]] was working on a **new procfs implementation**, to
+* [[Madhusudan.C.S|madhusudancs]] was working on a **new procfs implementation**, to
allow running existing programs based on Linux procfs out of the box. He
managed to implement all the necessary information bits, so the most
important procfs programs now work; and also fixed the procps program suite