Subject: Re: HTML text of CLTL2? From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: 1995/05/22 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <19950522T062436Z.firstname.lastname@example.org> [Mark Kantrowitz] | In article <19950509T040103Z.email@example.com>, | Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: | >[Mark Kantrowitz] | > | >| I have asked ANSI about making the standard available in a similar | >| fashion. As you may be aware, ANSI sells copies of the standard to | >| cover its costs, so obviously they can't make it available for free. | > | >I thought part of the deal with ANSI was that the text should be made | >available for free. | | This is definitely not the case, according to email I received from | Lynn Barra, the coordinator for Standards Processing for X3. If anybody | has a different story FROM AN OFFICIAL SOURCE, I would like to hear | about it. I finally found the note from which I drew my conclusion. sorry to disappoint you all: all it says is that ANSI has agreed to let the draft documents be freely distributable. not a word about the final standard. #<Erik 3010112675> -- NETSCAPISM /net-'sca-,pi-z*m/ n (1995): habitual diversion of the mind to purely imaginative activity or entertainment as an escape from the realization that the Internet was built by and for someone else.