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Phillip Helbig <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 31 Aug 1999 11:31:37 +0100
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> This is a very important and good idea.
> Could you please amplify your idea a little?

The smiley referred to the fact that when I broached this topic a couple
of years ago, a VERY long thread with probably over a thousand messages
was generated---lively times indeed.  I've been very occupied with other
stuff recently, but am interested in whether there has been any

No need to repeat the discussion but perhaps some guru could provide an
executive summary and progress report.

Certainly Astronomy & Astrophysics is progressive in other respects
(hey, they support 2e and all the packages) so perhaps there is hope
other journals will catch up.  This morning I got the latest proofs via
email as a PDF file.  That's progress in some sense as well!

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