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August, 1996: Inferno

At our August meeting, Rob Pike gave us a talk on Inferno. Inferno(tm) is a new network operating system and programming environment to deliver content in a rich environment of heterogeneous networks, clients and servers. The Inferno system includes the Inferno kernel, the Limbo(tm) programming language, reference APIs that include interfaces for networking and graphics, network protocols, security and authentication, and various toolkits. Inferno was developed by members of the Computing Sciences Research Center of Bell Laboratories, the research arm of Lucent Technologies.

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February 15, 2009

February 2008: FRUUG Enters Quiescent Phase
After 27 years running, we're suspending operations.

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