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Re: [gNewSense-users] The ATN TP4/CLNP Networking Suite for GNU Linux sy

From: Karl Goetz
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] The ATN TP4/CLNP Networking Suite for GNU Linux systems
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 20:03:31 +0930

On Fri, 2008-07-18 at 08:32 -0700, Eus wrote:
> Hi Ho!
> I am sorry to be out of topic since I do no know a better place to post this 
> other than the LKML.
> If you can suggest me a better place, please tell me.
> Currently we are developing ATN TP4/CLNP Networking Suite for use in the 
> aeronautical industry. The networking suite is specifically designed and 
> implemented to work in GNU Linux systems. It is built as a Linux kernel 
> module. This project is hosted in and 
> licensed under the GNU GPL version 2. Further information can be found in the 
> README file on the CVS.
> The primary goal of this project is to provide an economical solution for the 
> government of Indonesia to fulfill the requirement of the International Civil 
> Aviation Organization (ICAO) regarding its new CNS/ATM (Communication, 
> Navigation, and Surveillance for Air Traffic Management) standards.
> What we want to know is whether or not a similar project has already been 
> undertaken by other people. In case it has, we would like to collaborate 
> together. Can you provide any information on this matter?
> If you want to join this project to further the steps of the free software 
> movement in helping our societies, you are very welcome.
> I also welcome any question that you may have concerning this project.

Unfortunately, i'm not imediately aware of a better place for such a
My suggestion would be to check the FSF free software directory, and the
GNU lists - they havce a lot of them - to see if you can find anything
on your topic.

> Thank you.
> Best regards,
> Eus

Karl Goetz <address@hidden>

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