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Re: More CDROM fun

Hi Brian,

Just got in and started doing this now.  Depending on the speed
of the download - I would hope to have something by
the end of the day.    Feel free to encroach on my
time - I generally have the spare computer power and things like
this only take around 15 to 30 minutes of my time - the rest
is just doing other things while the program works.


> I wonder if I could ask a favour? It would be helpful for us to have a
> CD-ROM version of our online journals site for demonstration at Glasgow.
> Would you have time and be willing to burn a CD of an offline version (a la
> Glasgow CDROM setup) for the site at http://journals.iucr.org?
> It will be demo'd on a Win95 laptop, so it's not necessary to get paranoid
> about compatibility issues. More important is that all the internal links
> should work as far as possible. I'm not sure how big the site is (at the
> moment it has quite a lot of extraneous files that aren't linked to and
> will in due course be purged) - but it's probably enough to fill a CD-ROM.
> I don't want to encroach too much on your other activities - if it looks
> like it's going to be a problem, say so and I'll try to do something here,
> or discard the idea altogether.
> A single disk by Friday would be wonderful; next Monday or Tuesday would be
> OK, though it would give little time for testing.
> Thanks in advance, and best wishes
> Brian

Lachlan M. D. Cranswick

Collaborative Computational Project No 14 (CCP14)
    for Single Crystal and Powder Diffraction
Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington, WA4 4AD U.K
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E-mail: l.cranswick@dl.ac.uk  Ext: 3703  Room C14

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