(j3.2006) missing electrons
Tue Feb 20 16:27:46 EST 2007
Bill is correct twice:
- Van is providing 07-117r1 as a post meeting paper based on a Friday
- 07-148r1 was in the Wednesday folder and passed Thursday
I think all meeting #179 papers should be preserved and put in the post
folder. So intermediate revisions may be important to track the outcome
in the last revision. We've always done this so I see no reason not to
continue doing this.
From: j3-bounces at j3.scs.gmu.edu [mailto:j3-bounces at j3.scs.gmu.edu] On
Behalf Of Bill Long
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 11:30 AM
To: dnagle at erols.com
Cc: J3 List
Subject: Re: (j3.2006) missing electrons
Dan Nagle wrote:
>I would put pictures on milk cartons, but electrons
>are indistinguishable. :-) So I'll post here:
>My notes show the following papers were amended,
>but I didn't find the paper in the meeting daily directories:
I think Van was writing 117r1.
>If you believe my notes are in error, please post to the list
>so everyone will know. Otherwise, please post the paper
>to the meeting daily (179/Friday) directory.
>I also show 07-148 as amended, but I list it as withdrawn.
148 was taken back for more work. 148r1 was passed Thursday morning -
paper is in the Wednesday folder.
>All other amended papers are in the Post directory
>for meeting 179 (i.e., "Post-meeting r <n+1>").
>BTW, I am posting the amended papers to the Post directory.
>I am *not* copying all papers to the Post directory.
>If this displeases anyone, please post to this list
>so we can discuss the proper structure of the meeting directories.
>I can copy files anywhere we want, so whatever people find helpful
>is good with me.
>And thanks to all for a very productive 179!
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