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Henk, Sine and Mike,

   The Committee on Electronic Publishing etc uses a list
(epc-l@iucr.org) on the IUCr list server for the purposes of its
discussions and correspondence. One can read all of the back postings on
the archive available through the IUCr web service.

   I see that at the moment only the 5 members of the CEP receive the
messages through the list server. In accordance with IUCr policy with
respect to committees and commissions, the IUCr President, GST and
Executive Secretary have the ex-officio right to receive all of this
correspondence. If you wish to make use of this right, please sign up
for the list in the usual way (if you do not know how to please read the
instructions on the IUCr web site or contact bm@iucr.org).

   I should warn you however that much of the correspondence is
exploratory or of a rather technical nature. When the CEP needs to
contact the executive, you will hear from me sooner rather than later.

Best wishes,
  Howard

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