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Re: Namespace server switch

The following from York is close to contradicting you ...

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	From: "William M. York" <>
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	Subject: CLIM under MCL
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	Date: 	Fri, 11 Feb 1994 14:20:55 PST
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	   Date:	Fri, 11 Feb 1994 08:26:00 -0800
	   From:	"John C. Mallery" <>

	       Date: Fri, 11 Feb 1994 02:27 EST

	       Recent questions concerning clim for MCL kicked the
	       following question in my mind: (I admit this is
	       a good candidate for FAQ...)

	       What is the status of CLIM 2.0 for MCL???

	   Sounds like an understaffed and unsupported effort by Bill York and Denis
	   Doughty with delivery date impossible to determine.

	This is essentially correct.  I would like to emphasize that progress
	is being made, however.  Big chunks of the "core" CLIM 2 software is
	running under MCL, and we are currently working on the adaptive
	gadgets and filling in the other holes.  I realize that the slow rate
	of progress is frustrating (no less to us, I assure you) but it is the
	best we can do.

The big question is WHEN WHEN WHEN??? near future = summer? March?

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