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Re: Mirage weekly call - today at 1600 BST

On 4 Jun 2013, at 15:13, Amir Chaudhry wrote:

> Hi folks, this is a reminder of the Mirage weekly call.  From today at 4pm 
> (BST) - call details are below.

unfortunately can't make it today - exam marking.

fwiw i've been trying to spend time on two things:

1/ mirage-on-nixos as a potentially convenient way to distribute mirage apps 
for use by non-expert-users or in situations where xen unavailable. have built 
a nixos vbox image with opam etc, now working on getting the correct 
configuration automated and checking mirage works (i'm assuming that once opam 
is there, it's all over bar the shouting :)  once that's up i'll turn it into 
an AMI. hopefully by the end of the week.  
2/ froctal -- started trying to document what i've been thinking about. 
hopefully i'll ping the list with something also before the end of the week so 
you can all tell me how misguided i am. <https://github.com/mor1/froctal>

(both those repos are a bit out of date, as i have not been exercising good 
commit discipline i'm afraid. will update tomorrow.)



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