Just stumbled across this the other day, hope it's going to be as great as it looks.
Have about 5 years experience with KCML 4 & 5 in Unix environments, enjoyed working with it.
Will be keeping an eye on stuff as it happens here, very interesting.
It's been a while since I used KCML550, I used to support a system written in KCML550. Since then I have been working on KCML 620 and more recently 600 as a developer.
Your experience will be of great help im sure.
All the best
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