I met Doug in 1983 in Cupertino. He had already created the elements of modern interface--mouse, windows. He had envisioned the massive augmentation that computers would bring. Down the street from where he worked, the Mac was being designed. He was pleased that his ideas had spread--but disappointed that people were only getting part of the vision. In "Insanely Great" I wrote about him, and named his famous 1968 presentation "The mother of all demos." I saw him a number of times in recent years. He was a very sweet man, with a smille for you. Rest in peace, Doug.
Github File Finder is very fast and easy tool to retrieve any file in the DSpace source code. It's especially useful if you don't have a local copy of the DSpace source code of the version you want to search in.