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Date: Fri, 18 Jan 91 10:53:01 -0500
From: John T Kohl <jtkohl@MIT.EDU>
To: krbdev@MIT.EDU

Due to my engrossment in working on a paper, and Jon's and John's lack of
corporeal presence, we didn't have a meeting yesterday.  However, here
are some status reports:

Jon:	Hammer is working, although there are some memory leaks that
	need to be plugged.  I will be working on installing it into the
	source tree.

Ted:	Kprop/kpropd is working.  A few rough edges still need to be 
	polished, but it's essentially working.

	I will start working on improving the API interface: changing
	the subroutines to always return allocated structures and
	improving the API documentation after I return from Usenix.

John K:	has been working on paper for EurOpen; will be circulating
	drafts for comments.  Has also done some random bugfixing.

John C:	???

next meeting is after UseNIX, on 29 Jan 91 at 15:30 in E40-316.

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