I seem to recall that the Ada Joint Program Office (AJPO) gave many of its records to the George Washington University in Washington, DC, for safekeeping, when it was disbanded a year or two ago. I would expect that copies of the four early color coded language candidates would be included in the collection. Professor Michael B. Feldman of GWU may be able to help you, but he is on sabbatical this year.
Tom Panfil -- Treasurer -- Baltimore SIGAda
You might try the Library of Congress or the Pentagon's Historical Archive.
They hang on to pretty much everything. I don't have a link to get you
there, but I'm sure you could find it. If not ask your congressman, they can
probably find out where to look pretty quick.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: kemillik [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Thursday, October 14, 1999 5:04 PM
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> Subject: Ada history information
> I am doing some research on the history of programming languages
> derived from ALGOL.
> My questions are: were the definitions of the Red, Blue, Yellow, and
> Green languages published; and if so, do you know where I could find
> paper or electronic copies?
> I thank you in advance for any help you can offer.
> Kevin Millikin
> Graduate Student
> Indiana University