Publishing papers on XML-dev work

Murray Maloney murray at
Wed Oct 7 21:06:08 BST 1998


This, just in...

>>Annoucing A Computing Research Repository
>>Researchers have made their papers available by putting them on personal
>>web pages, departmental pages, and on various ad hoc sites known only
>>to cognoscenti.  Until now, there has not been a single repository to 
>>which researchers from the whole field of computing can submit reports.  
>>This is about to change.  Through a partnership of ACM, the Los Alamos 
>>e-Print archive, and NCSTRL (Networked Computer Science Technical
>>Reference Library), an online Computing Research Repository (CoRR) is 
>>being established.  The Repository has been integrated into the 
>>collection of over 20,000 computer science research reports and other 
>>material available through NCSTRL ( and will be 
>>linked with the ACM Digital Library.  Most importantly, the Repository 
>>will be available to all members of the community at no charge.
>>We encourage you to start using the Repository right away.  For more
>>see  That site provides 
>>information on how to submit documents, browse, search, and subscribe to 
>>get notification of new articles of interest.  Please spread the word 
>>among your colleagues and students.  CoRR will only gain in value as
>>more researchers use it.  
>>See for a more detailed description of CoRR.

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