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Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 13:52:25 +0200
From: Daniel Wengelin <[log in to unmask]>
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I would certainly like to get my hands on an Ada implementation of DCE,
especially DFS. I am unaware of any such product, and DCE may not be as
dead as I though. Just an idea...

Cheers, Daniel

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Amne:   Re: Should we form an Ada Marketer's Association?

I have included only part of Chris' message below.  It is the
important part.  I earlier asked for someone who would have the
interest in providing leadership in the effort to achieve greater
visibility for Ada.  Chris has offered, if I read his message
correctly, to provide that leadership.  Now it is up to us to
decide our own level of commitment in supporting him.

Richard Riehle

On Tue, 6 Jun 2000, Chris Sparks wrote:

> Having this type of discussion is ok, however, going around in circles
> barking at the moon is not going to change things.
> I am once again going to request that people who are interested in
> a virtual consortium/corporation please submit me information as to what
> you like to do, dislike doing, project ideas.  I can post a summary of
> information on my own personal web site.  I can look into getting access
> passwords, if needed, or some obscure path name, whatever, for those
> involved.  Aside from coding we need testers, salespeople, integrators,
> archive specialists, etc.