3 Jan 2006 rmathew   » (Master)

Twenty Years of comp.compilers
comp.compilers has turned twenty. It is one of the few USENET newsgroups that I try to read regularly and whose moderator John R. Levine has done a rather fine job over the years of keeping the signal-to-noise ratio high enough. He is also known to put in editorial remarks, almost always at the end, in many a post that either answer a question outright or contain pointers to useful material or contain quirky and mostly amusing remarks. Kudos to him and the community that sustains this awesome resource.

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