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Richard Conn <[log in to unmask]>
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Richard Conn <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 4 Sep 1998 04:57:55 -0400
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Thanks to everyone for their inputs for the next Ada CDROM.  I'm delighted
with the response.

Everything is going well with the new CDROM, and it is forming rapidly.
I'm sorry I could not give you more notice and that I had to set the
deadline to ASAP.  If you have anything to share on the CDROM and it is
"close" to completion but you did not offer it because you felt that there
was not enough time, let me know, and I'll try to work it out with you.
We don't want to rush anything because of the CDROM production, of course,
but we also want to try to make the CDROM as relevant as possible.

I'll be sending in the artwork around 15 Sep and the CDROM masters around
2 October in order to make the 1 November production delivery.  So, there is
some time (and several weekends).

Also remember that we are doing an update later, so if you miss this one,
there
is the next.  I'll let you know the schedule for the next one as soon as it
is
firm (so everyone has as much time as possible).  The one coming out in Nov
is
a "baseline" to be called (working title) the "Ada and Software Engineering
Archive" - a 2-disc set.  We are planning to then issue 1-disc updates,
revising
the baseline at most once a year.

Thanks again for your inputs.

Rick

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