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Andrew Tridgell

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Issue #40, Section #3 (21 Feb 2001: Broken DOS Directory Handling?)
Issue #36, Section #3 (23 Dec 2000: Confusion With mktmp() Libary Call)
Issue #34, Section #1 (3 Dec 2000: A Better Way To Release Patches?)
Issue #28, Section #6 (13 Oct 2000: How to feed the samba Team?)
Issue #26, Section #4 (29 Sep 2000: 64 Bit Support for Linux)
Issue #24, Section #10 (30 Jun 2000: Samba in AWK?!?)
Issue #12, Section #5 (16 Feb 2000: Another GPL Violation?)
Issue #12, Section #7 (16 Feb 2000: The Amazing, All-Purpose Thread!)
Issue #9, Section #2 (26 Jan 2000: The Truth Table Contest, or Fixing What Ain't Broke)
Issue #8, Section #10 (19 Jan 2000: Tridge's TDB Code Strikes Again)
Issue #7, Section #6 (12 Jan 2000: Temporary Memory Allocation)
Issue #6, Section #2 (5 Jan 2000: More on Tridge's New Database Module)
Issue #5, Section #2 (29 Dec 1999: More Daemon-Splitting, or "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do")
Issue #5, Section #5 (29 Dec 1999: Tridge's New Database Module)
Issue #4, Section #1 (22 Dec 1999: Splitting Up Samba Binaries, 'Interesting Times', and Remote Service Management)
Issue #4, Section #4 (22 Dec 1999: Documenting Samba Code, Why Or Why Not)
Issue #4, Section #5 (22 Dec 1999: Luke's Grandiose Rewriting Plans)
Issue #4, Section #6 (22 Dec 1999: Samba CVS Branches Shuffled Around)
Issue #3, Section #5 (14 Dec 1999: Splitting Up Samba Daemons, or "Luke Develops Too Fast")
Issue #1, Section #4 (30 Nov 1999: Memory-Map Option Going Away)
Issue #1, Section #7 (30 Nov 1999: Format(s) of maintained documentation)
Issue #1, Section #12 (30 Nov 1999: Tridge Addresses Complaints)

 

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