Looks like there is an error in the earlier letter, it had an incorrect link, so
here is a correction...
We need to tighten up on quality control, or something...
Rod Welch wrote:
> Sounds like things are falling into place on your project. Please see my letter
> with a few links to your submission, as requested.....
> There is a post script on your social event. I think Henry may try to stop by
> while he is in town, so I may get to meet him then.
> Doug Engelbart - Bootstrap Institute wrote:
> > Via the first basic AUGMENT-to-HTML translation process put together by Eugene,
> > I've installed a recent draft at
> > <http://www.bootstrap.org/a2h/BI/2120.html>
> > There are a few translation details which could be fixed, but basically it does
> > what I'd looked for.
> > Eugene adjusted the URL "naming" to mirror what we use in AUGMENT, where the
> > link address is <BI,2120,> -- i.e. it was submitted to the "BI" Journal, where
> > it was given the permanet access number of "2120".
> > And, <BI,2120,3> would cite the "Phase-2" Branch within AUGMENT -- and that
> > part of the HTML version would similarly be cited with the URL
> > <http://www.bootstrap.org/a2h/BI/2120.html#3>
> > We might make adjustments to this "BI/2120.html" file, but the intent would be
> > that none of the content, structure, or "Location Numbering" would change. And
> > it undoubedly will be superceded with updated versions; and also supported by
> > other planning documents regarding deeper details and/or modifications to this,
> > and also plans associaed with other phases of the larger Bootstrap Program.
> > So I invite dialog about this plan to make use of links to the specific content
> > locations being discussed.
> > And note that we'd like to translate quite a few of the AUGMENT reference files
> > into this browser-accessible form. E.g., a full series of User Guides.
> > Doug
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