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Re: Annual Report on the EPC for the IUCr

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  • Subject: Re: Annual Report on the EPC for the IUCr
  • From: ps@ruby (Pete Strickland)
  • Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 09:53:55 GMT

Dear Howard

Brian and I are happy with the content of the Annual and Triennial
Reports.

Regarding Acta D, I suggest the following:

<P>
<I>On-line access for Journal content in Acta D</I>: Negotiations were
carried out with Munksgaard to provide an online version of <i>Acta D</i>
on their Synergy server, which is operated by Healthgate. Healthgate were 
supplied SGML, PDF and image files of the journal, and the Managing 
Editor visited their offices in Boston at the time of the ACA Meeting.
Development has been slower than expected, but the journal should
become available online during Spring 1999.
</P>

Best wishes
Peter

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