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x/term: Please remove the empty x/term repo #16420

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davecheney opened this Issue Jul 19, 2016 · 5 comments

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davecheney commented Jul 19, 2016

The x/term repo was added in Nov 2015 after proposal #13104 was accepted.

Unfortunately the interest in contributing to this repo did not materialise and I have not had the bandwidth to push CL 17611 and will likely continue to not have the bw for the foreseeable future.

As the repo remains effectively empty, I think it is appropriate to remove this repository to stop it blocking #11811.

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@quentinmit quentinmit changed the title Please remove the empty x/term repo x/term: Please remove the empty x/term repo Jul 19, 2016

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adg commented Jul 20, 2016

We can also just ignore x/term for the purposes of #11811.

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techtonik commented Jul 27, 2016

@davecheney are you sure about CL number, 17611 is about compress/bzip2 - https://go-review.googlesource.com/#/c/17611

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techtonik commented Mar 10, 2017

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forskning commented Sep 1, 2017

Dealing with seemingly disparate phenomena?

Diverse OSes, intelligent and dumb terminals...

Try dialectics!

http://ericlindblad.blogspot.com/2010/08/terrorism-factor-not-phenomena.html#conspectus

http://edb-terminaler.blogspot.com/

P.S. It would be nice to see Heimdal, SSH, and SSL implemented for K95.
http://nurmi-labs.blogspot.com/2017/08/k95.html

Regarding the mentioned Kerberos and SSL, K95's use with serial ports and modems, this seems a very small niche in the XXI Century.

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