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Is Spectranet info mirrored anywhere else?

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3 minutes ago, wildstar87 said:

I've tried to go to the Spectranet site (http://spectrum.alioth.net/doc/index.php) for a few months now, it seems that it is non-functional, and based on what I've searched out, it seems that it's probably been abandoned, or not updated in quite a while.

What are you looking for specifically?  Some of what was there is now available from https://fujinet.online .

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I guess I was just looking for background information, faqs, that sort of thing.  Stuff you might expect to find under docs.

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2 hours ago, wildstar87 said:

I guess I was just looking for background information, faqs, that sort of thing.  Stuff you might expect to find under docs.

Try this: https://web.archive.org/web/20201022212510/http://spectrum.alioth.net/doc/index.php/Main_Page

 

That's as recent as I could get it to go, and it appears as though the URL changed at some point from the one you had initially.

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I went to https://github.com/spectrumero/spectranet and found very little in the way of docs or faqs... sadly this is the way of so many projects... a cut and paste of plaintext from the websites/wiki of most of these projects put in the git would be ever so helpful... and yet rarely if ever does such a thing happen

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The TNFS implementation in #FujiNet was literally done from the tnfs protocol specification, that's now in the github.

 

-Thom

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