Talk:Computer Systems Research Group

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This article is only about the CSRG group at the Berkeley University, but there are more groups with the same name in the world. For example:

-- mora.klein

Inovations[edit]

I've taken out the claims that

  1. CSRG invented TCP/IP
  2. The BSD TCP/IP stack was a CSRG inovation

as neither are true. The TCP/IP implementation used in BSD came from BBN. (Admittedly it was much tuned by CSRG, but tuning isn't innovation). See the Marshall Kirk McKusick reference for details. HughesJohn (talk) 12:29, 25 September 2008 (UTC)