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Dirk Craeynest <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 19 Jun 2004 11:56:16 +0200
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Please find below an announcement with regard to the coverage
offered by the Ada User Journal of the Ada 0Y process.

  "From the Editor-in-chief of the Ada User Journal:

  I am pleased to inform that, in close collaboration with WG9
  (the ISO body in charge of maintaining the international
  standard for the Ada programming language) and the ARG
  (the expert group nominated by WG9 for the technical
  management of the Ada 0Y project), the Ada User Journal
  has been giving extensive coverage of the vision, strategy
  and progress of the Ada 0Y language revision process.

  In particular, the June 2004 issue of the journal, which
  will be dispatched to subscribers in early July, provides
  coverage of the (confirmed) schedule of the project, the
  scope of the language amendment and the rationale for it.

  The AUJ comprehensive coverage of the project will continue
  through to the completion of the process, due by late 2005,
  so that Y can in fact be resolved to 5.

  Those interested in getting access to this service may subscribe
  to the journal. Please, check the Ada User Journal link at:

  Tullio Vardanega"

Note that members of Ada-Europe automatically have a subscription to
the Ada User Journal, i.e. all indirect members through an associate
national Ada organization and all direct members where no such
organization is active (yet).  If you're interested in membership,
please check <>.

Dirk Craeynest - Ada User Journal Editorial Board
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