- Jun 2000 Cleaned up miscellaneous nits on the languages, OSes,
and Soviet pages. Added Dilog to vendor page. Added link
to Will Kranz' hardware-info page.
- Dec 1999 Added pages on pricing, parity, and licensing.
Pointer to floating-point formats. Removed mailto: URLs
and reformatted email addresses to make it a little harder
on spam harvesters. Various corrections.
- Feb 1999 Incorporate stream of updates resulting from
announcing the January revision.
- Jan 1999 Added the Soviet -11s section, thanks to
Varga Akos Endre and Alexander Lunev.
Miscellaneous updates from the past two years that should
have been made long ago
- Dec 1996 Reformat so that text and HTML can be generated from
the same source file, recreated charts and graphics
- Apr 1996 Split WWW FAQ into pieces and placed in village.org
- Feb 1996 Added list of vendors with links [jlc]
- Dec 1995 First WWW version of the FAQ hacked together [jlc]
- Jan 1995 Mike McCrohan retires as editor.
- Dec 1994 Further info on PDT's, 11/93, Additions
- May 1994
- Added section on the Maintenance Panel
- Updated the Operating Systems.
- Added Mark Crispin's 1986 list of PDP's
- Appendix A: Related FAQ Sites
- 11/44 update
- Added to PRO, PDT sections
- Feb 1994 Added some detail to the PDT section
- Jan 1994 Current version - Now available via FTP
- Aug 1993 Original version
The word "I" appears at a number of places throughout the text.
It does not always refer to the FAQ maintainer, but is often the
writing of one of the other contributors. Perhaps one of these
days we will organise an overall rewrite of the FAQ to make it
slightly less disjointed. Maybe when I get a Round Tuit. :-)
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