Apple Job Posting and Good News for LinuxPPC developers

sean o'malley somalley at
Sat Mar 27 00:51:31 EST 1999

It sounded like it was more political and PR based than actual development.
Im wondering if it would entail a whole department/unit with multiple
people.  Maybe  a couple of developers to help solve some of the more nasty
stuff , a pr person to help promote linuxppc and our efforts (judging from
some of the stuff RHS has been saying he isnt to aware of our project or
our project status.) and a person to deal with corporate management
(convincing them to support linuxppc (use, drivers, info, etc) ) and a
person tracking the development of the project and linux projects in

It would be nice to have someone that comes from our project.

>On Thu, 25 Mar 1999, Kevin B. Hendricks wrote:
>> We should get one of our own into this role and get a leg up on helping
>> open up its hardware specs for Linux PPC
>> What do you think?
>I'm voting for Paul Mackerras to get the job.. :-)
>(I'm sure he _love_ to spend his time working solely on linuxpmac.. :-)

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