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[using gcc book] final credits
- From: Chris Devers <cdevers at pobox dot com>
- To: GCC list <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2003 17:35:52 -0400 (EDT)
- Subject: [using gcc book] final credits
- Reply-to: Chris Devers <cdevers at pobox dot com>
Okay, FSF has the manuscript, so no more changes :)
I did convince the editor to change the authorship credit from Richard
Stallman to "Richard Stallman and the GCC Development Group".
That's you :)
There needs to be a couple of sentences about both of the authors on the
back cover, so suggestions for how you would like to represent yourselves
would be welcome.
The earliest records I can find of this list go back to 1 Sept 1997, when
the list was (apparently) email@example.com. I assume that the list goes
back [much] farther than that, but the archives don't seem to have this.
(Cygnus.com, by the way, is now an awful, popup laden Flash site. Sad.)
Anyway, so much for the "author"'s history. How is this for a biography:
GCC is developed as the GNU project's official compiler for systems
running GNU/Linux, as well as other platforms. The GCC development
group uses an open development environment, where contributors from
around the world collaborate to produce high quality software and
Chris Devers firstname.lastname@example.org
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