Retraction and apology

Peter Murray-Rust Peter at
Fri Sep 26 21:18:34 BST 1997

In message <199709260306.XAA01444 at> "Steven R. Newcomb" writes:
> I must ask you folks who were not supposed to see the Layman material
> to destroy it and forget it.  Anyway, it's an internal discussion,
> and, therefore, you can't know the context.

Mailings to xml-dev are not only posted to subscribers, but also hypermailed.
I have no idea what people or robots copy material from this list, but I expect
that this happens. The messages are stored in a mail box, regenerated into 
hypertext at regular intervals and it isn't feasible to delete messages from
the archive without a great deal of work. The moving finger writes... sorry.


Peter Murray-Rust, domestic net connection
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences

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