Portable Fidosoft Project
What is Husky?
The goal of this project is to develop a complete freeware suite of Fidonet applications, running under Linux and other multitasking/multiuser systems. The suite should be comparable to now existing (and partly commercial) OS/2 systems.
Documentation in Wiki
Fido-area and mailinglist
The international developer and support echo for Husky is called FIDOSOFT.HUSKY. It is routed through the WWB and gated to a mailinglist. If you can not get the echo, ask Matthias Tichy or Tobias Ernst for a binkp, ISDN or analog feed to this echo, or you can subscribe/unsubscribe to the mailinglist (which is gated with the echo) using lists.sourceforge.net and write your articles to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also a FTN fileecho called fidosoft.husky. It carries release source archives of the husky project software; i.E., none of the latest files are hatched there, only stable releases.
If you want write access to our cvs-server, register into sourceforge.net and write message to one of Husky Project Managers. If you want read-only access, use anonymous cvs login. Read more about our cvs-server...
Daily snapshots and daily diff files are available as tar.gz files.
Check out the Husky Team page for details on how to contact a member of the Team, or each project page if you want to contact the author of a particular program. Keep in mind that although the author or authors of each project are the main contact, they are not the only one that can be contacted about a project.Last update: 22 December 2006