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	      <entry>&a.pkg.name;</entry>
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	      <entry>Binary package management and package tools
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		discussion</entry>
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	      <entry>&a.platforms.name;</entry>
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	      <entry>&a.platforms.name;</entry>
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	      <entry>Concerning ports to non &intel; architecture
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	      <entry>Concerning ports to non &intel; architecture
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		platforms</entry>
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		platforms</entry>
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	      <entry>&a.ops-announce.name;</entry>
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	      <entry>Project Infrastructure Announcements</entry>
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	      <entry>&a.usergroups.name;</entry>
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	      <entry>&a.usergroups.name;</entry>
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	      <entry>User group coordination</entry>
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	      <entry>User group coordination</entry>
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	    </row>
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	    </row>
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	  <term>&a.aic7xxx.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This list is dedicated to the discussion
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	       of the Adaptec aic7xxx family of disk controllers</emphasis>
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		 and the driver support for them in FreeBSD and Linux.</para>
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	    <para>This includes the AHA-274X, AHA-284X, AHA-2940, AHA-3940, and AHA-398X adapters.</para>
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	  <term>&a.acpi.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.acpi.name;</term>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.advocacy.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>Furthering the Use of FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Share ideas and plan to increase the number of
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	       companies and individuals using FreeBSD.</para>
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	  <term>&a.afs.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.afs.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.amd64.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the technical mailing list.
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	      It is for individuals actively working on porting FreeBSD
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	      to the 64-bit platform from AMD, to bring up problems
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	      or discuss alternative solutions.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Individuals interested in following the technical
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	      discussion are also welcome.</para>
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	  <term>&a.announce.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.announce.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.apache.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This mailing list provides a place
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	      to discuss apache-related ports and their changes,
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	      as well as configuration and tuning issues.</emphasis></para>
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	  </listitem>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.arch.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.arch.name;</term>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.arm.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the technical mailing list. It is
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	      for individuals actively working on porting FreeBSD to the
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	      StrongArm Processor.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Individuals interested in following the technical discussion are also welcome.</para>
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	  <term>&a.atm.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the mailing list for people using
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	       ATM with FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    </para>
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	  <term>&a.bluetooth.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.bluetooth.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.cluster.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for technical discussions
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	      related to creating Clusters of FreeBSD computers.</emphasis></para>
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	  </listitem>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.core.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.core.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.database.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for discussing
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	      database use and developement under FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	  </listitem>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.desktop.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.desktop.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.i18n.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for technical
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	      discussions related to FreeBSD Internationalization.</emphasis></para>
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	  </listitem>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.ia32.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the technical mailing list. It is
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	      for individuals actively working on IA-32 platform issues
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	      for FreeBSD, to bring up problems or discuss alternative
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	      solutions.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Individuals interested in following the technical
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	       discussion are also welcome.</para>
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	  <term>&a.infiniband.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.infiniband.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.jail.name;</term>
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	    <!-- XXX MCL verbose description missing in mailman; this is a stub -->
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	    <para><emphasis>FreeBSD jails
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	      </emphasis></para>
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	  <term>&a.java.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.java.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.lfs.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for technical discussions
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	       related to LFS on FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	  </listitem>
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	</varlistentry>
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	  <term>&a.mips.name;</term>
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	  <listitem>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the technical mailing list.
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	      It is for individuals actively working on porting FreeBSD to
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	      the MIPS processor to bring up problems or discuss alternative
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	      solutions.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Individuals interested in following the technical discussion
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	      are also welcome.</para>
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	  </listitem>
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	  <term>&a.mobile.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>The list discusses the issues
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	      related to running FreeBSD on notebooks, laptops, and other
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	      mobile equipment.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Typical issues include APM, PC-CARD, wireless communication,
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	      and related topics.</para>
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	  </listitem>
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	  <term>&a.mono.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.mono.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.mozilla.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for discussions
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	      related using the freely available source code version
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		of the Mozilla, the Netscape Browser.</emphasis></para>
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	  <term>&a.multimedia.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum about multimedia
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	       applications using FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Discussion center around multimedia applications, their installation, their development and their support within FreeBSD.</para>
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	  </listitem>
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	  <term>&a.net.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>Discussions of networking in general
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	      and TCP/IP source code in particular.</emphasis></para>
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	  </listitem>
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	</varlistentry>
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	    </para>
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	  <term>&a.new-bus.name;</term>
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	  <listitem>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for technical discussions
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	       related to FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>This is the primary technical mailing list for the
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	       New Bus architecture.</para>
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	  <term>&a.numerics.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>The numerics list is for the in-depth
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	      technical discussions relating to implementing missing
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	      libm functions, or improving the precision of already
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	      implemented functions.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Discussions are expected to be of a highly specialized
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	      nature. The list's purpose is to capture the design
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	      decisions of the implementation and serve as an archive
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	      for later code spelunkers to draw upon for understanding.</para>
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	  <term>&a.office.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.office.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.perl.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This list is the maintainer of a number
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	      of perl-related ports, and as such, is primarily for
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	      those working on those ports.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Others who wish to contribute toward the maintenance of the perl-related ports are also welcome to participate.</para>
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	  <term>&a.pf.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.pf.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.ppc.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the technical mailing list.
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	      to the PowerPC, to bring up problems or discuss alternative
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	      solutions.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Individuals interested in following the technical discussion
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	      are also welcome.</para>
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	  <term>&a.proliant.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.rc.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>Discussion about all aspects of the
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	      /etc/rc.d boot script system, including current
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	      implementations, improvements to existing systems, and
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	      design of new elements.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>This includes /etc/rc.subr, rc.d-style scripts for ports, and other related topics.</para>
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	  <term>&a.realtime.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the mailing list for people working
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	      realtime extenstions to FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    </para>
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	  <term>&a.ruby.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.sparc64.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is the technical mailing list.
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	      It is for individuals actively working on porting
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	      FreeBSD to the Sparc from Sun Microcomputer Corp.,
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	      to bring up problems or discuss alternative
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	      solutions.</emphasis></para>
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	      discussion are also welcome.</para>
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	  <term>&a.stable.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.stable.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.sysinstall.name;</term>
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	    <!-- XXX MCL verbose description missing in mailman; this is a stub -->
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	    <para><emphasis>FreeBSD system installation scripts
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	      </emphasis></para>
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	  <term>&a.tcltk.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This list is the maintainer of a
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	      number of Tcl/Tk -related ports, and as such, is
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	      primarily for those working on those ports.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>Others who wish to contribute toward the maintenanc
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	      of the Tcl/Tk -related ports are also welcome to participate.</para>
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	  <term>&a.test.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>If you need to do a test post,
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	      do it here.</emphasis></para>
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	    </para>
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	  <term>&a.threads.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This forum is for discussing the design
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	      and implementation of threading on FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>This includes libc_r, KSE/libkse and libthr based threads.
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	      Also, threading issues within system libraries and other areas
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	      of the system can be discussed here too.</para>
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	    <para>This is expected to be a technical content list and should
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	      not stray too far from real world issues.</para>
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	  <term>&a.tilera.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>Tilera is a family of CPUs that have
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	      a large numbers of cores.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>This list is dedicated to porting FreeBSD to the Tilera
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	      architecture, and working to ensure it performs well there.
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	      This port presents a number of issues, and any of them related
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	      to the tilera core, the tools to build, or algorithmic changes
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	      in FreeBSD is on charter.</para></listitem>
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	  <term>&a.tokenring.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for technical discussions
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	      related to adding tokenring drivers to FreeBSD.</emphasis></para>
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	    </para>
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	  <term>&a.toolchain.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.vuxml.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for discussing VuXML</emphasis>,
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	      including:</para>
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	    <para>the Vulnerability and Exposures Markup Language (VuXML)
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	      itself</para>
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	    <para>entries in the FreeBSD VuXML document (new submissions,
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	      modifications, style, and so on)</para>
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	    <para>VuXML tools</para>
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	    <para>projects utilizing VuXML</para>
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	  <term>&a.wip-status.name;</term>
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	  <term>&a.www.name;</term>
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	  <listitem>
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	    <para><emphasis>**OBSOLETE** subscribe to freebsd-doc instead!
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	      </emphasis></para>
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	    <para>This list will soon be retired.</para>
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	  <term>&a.x11.name;</term>
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	    <para><emphasis>This is a forum for discussions related
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	      to collectively maintaining X11 (currently XFree86 and Xorg)
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	      ports.</emphasis></para>
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	    <para>It is for individuals actively working on these ports,
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	      for discussion of problems or alternative solutions. Individuals
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	      interested in following the technical discussion are also
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	      welcome.</para>
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	  </listitem>
2336
	</varlistentry>
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2338
	<varlistentry>
1931
	  <term>&a.xen.name;</term>
2339
	  <term>&a.xen.name;</term>
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2340
1933
	  <listitem>
2341
	  <listitem>

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