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- To: Riesbeck at YALE
- Subject: files
- From: Jonathan Rees <Rees at YALE>
- Date: Thu ,24 Jun 82 11:49:00 EDT
- Cc: T-Discussion at YALE
Date: 24-Jun-82 11:27AM-EDT (Thu)
From: Chris Riesbeck <Riesbeck at YALE-RES>
That doesn't make sense.
I thought I made myself clear, but I meant to say: if you used to look
on the research machine for a file <F.T.FOO>BAR.BAZ, you should now look
on the ed machine for the same file under the name <F.T.FOO>BAR.BAZ.
The ED may be a fine place for archiving (for the summer), but recent
relevant stuff needs to be on both.
Okay, T-Bugs will also be maintained on the research machine; I just
made the UDB change.
But what constitutes "recent relevant stuff?" We're not using the ed
machine for archiving; we're doing our work there. There's not enough
disk space (until the new disk on the research machine is installed) to
maintain everything both places; it's a pain in the ass besides. I'll
assume that by "recent relevant stuff" you mean only the mail archives
for T-Discussion and T-Bugs (and maybe T-Users?), not the sources,
documentation, or history files.