From D.W.Barron@ecs.soton.ac.ukTue Aug 22 18:08:13 1995 Date: Tue, 27 Jun 95 11:22:22 BST From: David BarronA couple of corrections to Dr Clark's reminiscences in the March/April issue.
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Linux@UK: Letter to the editor
I've just read the first couple of editions of Linux@UK in HTML format and quite enjoyed them. I have a suggestion for a Linux project, unfortunately I have neither the skills nor the resources to implement. Below is an outline, if you would like a few hundred words of project outline to publish I'm quite willing to write them. If a similar project is already underway, just ignore me and I'll go away.
So far as I'm aware there is no Photo-CD manipulation package for Linux. (I haven't had time to run a complete search on unc.edu yet though). This seems like an ideal project for a distributed team of developers because it is highly modular.
Once the data structures and display have stabilised, the remaining modules can proceed at their own pace.
Just a few idle musings on a boiling hot friday afternoon, when I didn't want to work too hard.
Your comments would be appreciated,
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