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 >additional URL's. 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 important. >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? sro S. Ron Oliver, semi-retired professor of Computer Science and Computer Engineering. www.csc.calpoly.edu/~sroliver Tired of sucky software! ? Check out www.caressCorp.com and follow the links to software sucks and The Oliver Academy.