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Re: Software specification for JAC

> 
> What would you think if we suggest a number of information that authors should
> provide in order to enter their programme in the database?


  Fine. Make a draft list of required information (obligatory) and
useful information (recommended but not obligatory) and put it on this
list (preferably not as an attachment!) for discussion. Either we can
send it to the JAC software-review editor,  P. S. White, Department of
Chemistry, CB#3290 Venable Hall, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill, NC 27599-3290, USA (e-mail: pwhite@pyrite.chem.unc.edu) when we
have finished chewing it over or we can involve him in our review
immediately. Let me have your opinions.

 Is JAC the only IUCr journal publishing software?

H.

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