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"David C. Hoos, Sr." <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 1 Jun 2000 12:22:58 -0500
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FWIW I have had problems from time to time with the AdaIC.  Most
recently on or about May 8, when someone was looking for an Ada
grammar which I knew to be on the AdaIC site.

I pointed the inquiring correspondent to a site in Mannheim, because,
at the time I could not reach the AdaIC site.  Where the problem lay,
I do not know.

I can remember other occasions when I had trouble, but cannot
pinpoint the time for those in the more distant past.

----- Original Message -----
From: <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2000 4:45 AM
Subject: ARA & AdaIC (Was Re: Lamenting Ada)


> >The ARA has a number of ongoing activities:
>
> >   1) Suport for the maintenance and enhancement of the Ada Information
>        Clearinghouse website  (http://www.adaic.org);
>
> That's an interesting one. Since finding that www.adaic.org exists (after
the
> demise of the Falls-Church site), I have managed to see its contents once,
and
> only once! God knows I have tried to see it, but Internet Explorer says it
has
> found the site, hangs around for a while, then comes back with Document
Not
> Found or some such error.
>
> What exactly is going on with AdaIC then?
>
> >We are looking for ways to be more visible and effective.
>
> Being able to see what is on the AdaIC website would certainly help!
>
> >We hope to create a web area specifically designed as a place for
marketing the
> >benefits of Ada to non-users; the URL for this area will be included in
> >promotional ads/click-throughs in banners, search engines, print, etc.
>
> That's all well and good, as long as the website can actually be seen!
>
> >Hopefully this effort will begin to become visible over the next 6
months.
>
> Good luck.
>
> John

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