[Pipet Devel] Re: Future of TULIP

J.W. Bizzaro bizzaro at bc.edu
Fri Mar 26 08:15:53 EST 1999

Hi Matthew!

TULIP/Loci is very much alive and growing.  The lack of any signs of life is due
to my failure to keep updating the "old" site.  Maybe my excuse is that I have
been planning on a "new", dedicated server for the project, which BTW is being
set up now.  Another excuse may be that the project is being defined and
redefined so often that I can't put together a clear presentation.

What I don't mention on the old site is that we now have a mailing list.  To
subscribe, send an e-mail to:

    majordomo at busboy.sped.ukans.edu

with this text in the body of the message:

    subscribe tulip-list

And we have an archive for the mailing list:


Take a look at some of the recent discussions.

Your help would be very much appreciated!

BTW, could you give me some background on your interests in research and
experience in programming?

bizzaro at bc.edu

"Matthew R. Nelson" wrote:
> With your most recent news occurring within a one month period of time
> almost four months ago, it looks like TULIP is dying or dead.  Is this
> true?  If not, it is important to have your website at least give the
> appearance of a living beast, providing any updates in decisions, class
> definitions, prototypes, etc.  Such activity can help reassure people like
> me that it might be worth it to contribute to the effort.
> I'll continue to revisit your pages for signs of life.
> Regards,
> Matt
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> Matthew R. Nelson
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> University of Michigan              email: ticul at umich.edu
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J.W. Bizzaro                  mailto:bizzaro at bc.edu
Boston College Chemistry      http://www.uml.edu/Dept/Chem/Bizzaro/

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