Re: [frontierkernel] Must-read
- I had no idea he was doing that. I just got email from him.
For those of you that remember -- Jake and I both worked at UserLand years ago: our tenures overlapped by quite a bit.
But it was only recently that Jake moved to the Northwest, outside Seattle. These days I see him more than I did when we worked together, which is cool. Great guy.
PS I hope Lawrence is okay.
PPS Kernel stuff: I think I've settled on straight-C plain-vanilla Berkeley sockets for the Open Transport replacement. Two reasons:
1. It will be fairly close to the Windows TCP code.
2. It will be Linux-port-ready, since Linux has the same API. (Ideally it wouldn't need any code changes at all to work on Linux.)
On Dec 31, 2009, at 2:11 AM, dwiner wrote:
> Jake has been rebooting userland.com as a labor of love.