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Here's the USENIX AGENDA as it stands on Wednesday, January 9.  I
hope there are no surprises here.  If there are, my phone number
is 214-669-3700:


                          Thursday, January 24, 1985

                               Plenary Session

Thursday (8:30 am - 9:30 am)   Conference Coordinator: John Donnelly, Denelcor
                     Program Chair:  Charisse Castagnoli, Teknekron Infoswitch
                      Program Chair:  Rob Kolstad, CONVEX Computer Corporation

Opening Remarks
     Conference organizers and USENIX board

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Whither the Gurus
     Rob Kolstad, Convex Computer Corporation

                                Satellite News

Thursday (9:30 am-10:20 am)Chair: Lou Katz, University of California, Berkeley

Netnews via Satellite:  A Progress Report (12/84)
     Lauren Weinstein, Vortex Technology

Research into Liability Issues in Netnews Transmission
     Susan Nycum, Gaston Snow & Ely Bartlett

                            Kernel Implementation

Thursday (10:30 am - 11:45 am)  Chair: John Quarterman, Univ. of Texas, Austin

Porting the 4.2BSD UNIX Virtual Memory Subsystem
     Jim Mankovich & Rob Kolstad, Convex Computer Corp.

A Multiple CPU Version of the UNIX Kernel
     Eric J. Finger, Michael M. Krueger, Al Nugent, Masscomp

Tilde Trees in the UNIX Environment
     Douglas Comer, Ralph E. Droms, Purdue University


Thursday (1:15 pm - 2:50 pm)      Chair: Steve Johnson, AT&T Bell Laboratories

DIBOLIX - An Implementation of DIBOL under UNIX
     Gary Aitken, Kenneth & Christine Scott, Finished Software & SHA
     Computers Inc.

Modula-2:  An Alternative to C for System Programming
     Morris Djavaheri & Stan Osborne, San Francisco State University

Concurrent C - An Overview
     N.H. Gehani & W.D. Roome, AT&T Bell Laboratories

Panel Discussion of C versus Other Languages on UNIX
     Steve Johnson & Michael Powell, AT&T Bell Laboratories & DEC

                               User Interfaces

Thursday (3:10 pm - 4:10 pm)    Chair: Alfred Correira, Computer Thought Corp.

Development of a Compiler for the Bourne Shell
     Vincent Kasten & Paul Ruel, Concentric Associates, Inc.

Access - A Program to Interpret Pathname Access Permissions for UNIX
     Steven J. Mahler & David A. Curry, Purdue University

A High-Performance Model for 2-D Alphanumeric Display Generation
     Paul Bame, Hewlett-Packard


Thursday (4:10 pm - 5:15 pm)     Chair: Tom Ferrin, University of California, San Francisco

Monitoring System and Process Performance
     William J. Meyers, SCI Systems

Interpreting UNIX Benchmarks
     John Saxer, CIE Systems

                           Friday, January 25, 1984


Friday (8:30 am - 10:10 am)  Chair: Joe Kalash, University of California, Berkeley

Implementing XNS Protocols for 4.2BSD
     James O'Tool, Chris Torek, Mark Weiser, University of Maryland

UNIX Kernel Networking Support and the LINCS Communications Architecture
     Joseph E. Requa, Lawrence Livermore

Transparent Integration of UNIX and MS-DOS
     C. Kline, G. Popek, J. Rothschild, R. Schulz, J.  Uttal,  Locus
     Computing Corp.

Overview of the Sun Network File System
     Dan Walsh, Bob Lyon, Gary Sager, J. M. Chang, D.  Goldberg,  S.
     Kleiman, T. Lyon, R. Sandberg, and P. Weiss, Sun Microsystems

                           Standards and Directions

Friday (10:30 am - 12:00 pm)     Chair: John Chambers, Microelectronics Center

Latent Source Bugs and UNIX System Portability
     Alan Filipski, Motorola Microsystems

The Clipboard Data Interchange Facility
     Robert T. Nicholson, Sydis Inc.

Can't Happen or /* NOTREACHED */ or Real Programs Dump Core
     Ian Darwin & Geoff Collyer, University of Toronto

A Capability Based Protection Mechanism Under UNIX
     Daniel Klein, The Avatar Corporation

                       Software Tools and Applications

Friday (1:30 pm - 3:10 pm)           Chair: John Trudeau, Teknekron Infoswitch

An Overview of the SETOPT Command Line Option Parser Generator
     Gary Perlman, AT&T Bell Laboratories

Geritol for Old Programs or Troff's Got a Lot of Life in It Yet!
     Robert Lawson, Avi  Naiman,  David  Slocombe,  Mathew  Zaleski,
     SoftQuad Inc.

Interactive Examination of a C Program with Cscope
     Joseph L. Steffen, AT&T Bell Laboratories

A Basic Direct Access Method for UNIX
     Robert R. Richards, Chemical Abstracts Service

                               UUCP and Netmail

Friday (3:30 pm - 4:30 pm)        Chair: Tom Watson, Scientific Machines Corp.

Status of the USENIX UUCP Project
     Karen Summers-Horton & Mark Horton, AT&T Bell Laboratories

A Parser for Electronic Mail Addresses
     Peter Honeyman & Pat E. Parseghian, Princeton University

Automatic Forwarding of Mail in CSNET
     Michael T. O'Brien, Bolt, Beranek and Newman

Notesfiles: Why You Should Use Them
     Raymond B. Essick IV, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana

			  SCO's Case Against IBM

November 12, 2003 - Jed Boal from Eyewitness News KSL 5 TV provides an
overview on SCO's case against IBM. Darl McBride, SCO's president and CEO,
talks about the lawsuit's impact and attacks. Jason Holt, student and 
Linux user, talks about the benefits of code availability and the merits 
of the SCO vs IBM lawsuit. See SCO vs IBM.

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