Tue, 28 Nov 2000 08:16:39 -0700
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At 05:08 PM 11/27/00 -0600, F. Britt Snodgrass wrote:
>I wrote to the author about this today and received a very nice reply.
>He said that the URL's he provided for the article had been heavily
>edited. He also said he had submitted a revised article to Linux
>Journal after he learned that AdaHome was so neglected article but that
>they still used his original submission. I will also write to Linux
>Journal to thank them for publishing the article and to provide
So one begins to wonder about the competence of the editors of Linux Journal.
Anyway, thanks for being proactive on this issue. I do feel it is very
>Otherwise, it was a very positive article that will definitely promote
>the use of Ada on Linux. I read the newsstand edition but it can be
>read on-line at
>http://www2.linuxjournal.com/cgi-bin/frames.pl/index.html by registered
>subscribers to Linux Journal.
I assume I can register on line? (You really don't need to answer
this. I'll probably have tried before you get back to me.)
>With regard to AdaHome, I checked the "whois" database and saw that the
>adahome.com domain name is registered through Sep 12 of this year.
>Apparently Magnus Kempe is still paying the yearly registration fee.
>Rather a mystery...
I'm confused. Do you mean Sep 12 of 2000? If so, then perhaps he did NOT
renew. Or do you mean Sep 12 of 2001? If the latter, then yes, mysterious
. . .
Has ANYONE seen or heard from Magnus within the last year or so?
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