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Dirk Craeynest <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 29 Aug 2000 19:21:45 +0200
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Rush wrote:
= [...]  I DO see this as a reminder to everyone that valuable messages
= should be repeated on each of the different medias.  [...] It also
= points out that those who control various organizations or modes of
= communications (editors, webmasters, moderators, elected officers,
= etc.) need to work hard to let other interested parties know how their
= "system works".  It's especially important to provide information
= about: who's in charge & how to get in touch with them, and how to
= become an active partipant.  [...]

Your wish is my command...  ;-)

As mentioned here in the past, *one* of the printed communication
channels for the Ada community is the Ada User Journal, which is
produced jointly by Ada Language UK and Ada-Europe.

Information on the Ada User Journal is available at
  http://www.ada-europe.org/journal.html

Let me take the opportunity to remind all of you that the Journal
includes an extensive "News" section, and we welcome all submissions
of Ada-related news.  If you want us to consider the publication of
some news item, please contact me at [log in to unmask] .

Submissions of other material (technical papers, etc.) should be sent
to the Editor in Chief Jim Briggs at [log in to unmask] .

As I already mentioned earlier, the Journal is available as follows
(copied from the colofon):

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Subscription Information

Ada User Journal (ISSN 1381-6551) is published in one volume of four
issues.  The Journal is provided free of charge to members of Ada-Europe
and Ada UK.  Library subscription details can be obtained direct from
the address below.  [...]  Mail orders, subscription information and
enquiries to: Ada Language UK Ltd., PO Box 322, York YO10 3GY, UK.
[You could also use email to [log in to unmask] -- dc]
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So the most convenient way to get the Journal is by becoming a member
of Ada-Europe, preferably through a national member organization.
See http://www.ada-europe.org/join.html for more information.

Hope this helps...

Dirk Craeynest
Ada User Journal News Editor

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