Today is the day

Larry Gritz <larry...@...>

We are in the process of moving OSL's full source code to googlecode.
Right now.

This is not just a snapshot. It's our live development trunk for the
OSL software we are using at SPI, and from today onward, that's the
only repository we will be using.

A number of other things will be thrown up on the site today -- docs,
our outstanding bug tracking tickets, several explanatory messages,

Also, while we've tried to bang OSL documentation into some kind of
decent shape for you brave people, there's still lots to do, and
you'll see us check in additional docs as we complete them (and as we
suddenly realize which things are under-documented for people who have
not been steeped in it for months).

Please bear with us through the turbulence.

-- lg

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