[PGCanada] Introductions, etc.
ag737 at freenet.carleton.ca
Tue Nov 9 14:50:56 PST 2004
----- Original Message -----
From: Carlo Traverso <traverso at dm.unipi.it>
Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2004 5:44 pm
Subject: Re: [PGCanada] Introductions, etc.
> Some of the more affectionate users of DP-EU are canadian, both
> english and french speaking.
I'm occasionally one of them! (Have accounts at both DPs, with a much
higher count at DP-Int and some PPing work as well.)
> Wallace> On the Project Gutenberg business itself, setting aside
> Wallace> the big and valuable and important work done by the DP
> Wallace> annex, a Canadian branch plant would allow the "Canadian
> Wallace> editions" of PG texts -- whether transferred from PG
> Wallace> where eligible, or created under life+ rules outside the
> Wallace> US -- to get (free) ISBNs for those editions. This may
> Wallace> have usefulness down the road, as has been discussed on
> Wallace> the DP forums.
> ISBN would be great. I strongly support PG-CA, just DP-CA is IMHO a
> little premature, until DP-EU is further grown.
Can DP-EU be "evolved" into DP-50?
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