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Protest against software patents
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The PATeam started as a bunch of students from an engineering school in Paris called ESIEE. The Team is working with the “PA/Linux” group on the PA-RISC Linux Port project. For a complete history of the PATeam, you can check our Team History page. And for any question, suggestion or comment, you may also contact us at any time. On this website, you will find frequently updated information about the project, the team and also links to international related websites.
On December 11, 2001 the PA-RISC Linux development community announced version 0.9.3, which was then the latest version of Linux for computers using Hewlett Packard’s PA-RISC processor. This release was the last one in a series representing several years of work by developers in the Free Software community including people from The Debian Project, Hewlett Packard, ESIEE, and Linuxcare. Visit the official PA-RISC Linux Site for further information.
Since then, the port has been released as a supported platform by the Debian Project with the release of Debian 3.0, 3.1, 4.0 and 5.0 for hppa. Check the HPPA Port page.
Nowadays, the Team is mostly focused on kernel development, especially to get Linux working on most recent PA-RISC machines.
04 Oct 2009:
Along with support to the GCC people, we’re now proud to provide facilities for the FATE FFMpeg test infrastructure!
04 Mar 2009:
Pateam is not dead! Thibaut is back @ESIEE, working on the projects again. Recently, the GCC people have gained access to ia64 and hppa machines through FSF Compile Farm.
28 Jul 2008:
Scheduled downtime As a follow up to the previous blackout, there will be another one on August 20th; which is expected to last about the day (but could arguably be longer). Please be patient 😉
16 Jun 2008:
Scheduled downtime: the webservers and other ESIEE-hosted machines will be down on June 28th from 6AM to sometime noon (CEST) for the annual electrical check-up.
16 Nov 2007:
Scheduled downtime: the hosted websites will be offline for a couple hours starting November 29, 2007 around 11:30 CET
05 Jul 2007:
Scheduled downtime: the websites (pateam.org, wiki and french www mirror) will be offline from Fri 6, 17:00 CEST to Tue 10, 8:00 CEST (worst case) due to electrical work on the hosting site.
09 Apr 2007:
Debian 4.0 aka Etch has been released yesterday!! Of course, the HPPA architecture is part of it! Enjoy…
31 Jan 2007:
Extreme Networks has been kindly providing us with the software patches, many thanks to them!
If you want more about what we have already done…
Read more at GSA.gov