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-* What is a WikiWikiWeb? A description of this application.  
-* Learn Help:HowToUseWiki and learn about Help:AddingPages.  
-* Use the SandBox page to experiment with Wiki pages.  
-* Please sign your name in RecentVisitors.  
-* See RecentChanges for the latest page additions and changes.  
-* Find out which pages are MostPopular.  
-* Read the ReleaseNotes and RecentReleases.  
-* Administer this wiki via PhpWikiAdministration.  
-* See more PhpWikiDocumentation. 
+MTS - the Wiki  
+  
+This is an attempt to capture some of the history of MTS, the Michigan Terminal System, prior to GNU/Linux, probably the most successful network mediated collaborative software development effort. MTS grew out of the energy, creativity and sheer chutzpa of a dedicated group of University of Michigan programmers who didn't know they couldn't write an operating system when IBM failed to deliver the one that they had promised.  
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+----  
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+ * [The People]  
+ * [Overview and reference]  
+ * The Sites:  
+ * (1968) [MTS at UBC]  
+ * (1976) [MTS at RPI]  
+ * [Opinion]  
+ * [Other MTS Links]  
+  
+----  
+  
+ * What is a WikiWikiWeb? A description of this application.  
+ * Learn Help:HowToUseWiki and learn about Help:AddingPages.  
+ * Use the SandBox page to experiment with Wiki pages.  
+ * Please sign your name in RecentVisitors.  
+ * See RecentChanges for the latest page additions and changes.  
+ * Find out which pages are MostPopular.  
+ * Read the ReleaseNotes and RecentReleases.  
+ * Administer this wiki via PhpWikiAdministration.  
+ * See more PhpWikiDocumentation. 

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MTS - the Wiki

This is an attempt to capture some of the history of MTS, the Michigan Terminal System, prior to GNU/Linux, probably the most successful network mediated collaborative software development effort. MTS grew out of the energy, creativity and sheer chutzpa of a dedicated group of University of Michigan programmers who didn't know they couldn't write an operating system when IBM failed to deliver the one that they had promised.



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