>From: "Charles H. Murphy" <address@hidden> >Organization: Kean University >Keywords: 200012061548.eB6Fmco25211 Charlie, > The McIDAS-X documentation is in html format and I >have normally just pointed my browser to the local directory >and files on my machine. I now have a need to allow several >seminar students to have access to the documentation and >I was wondering if placing a link to the documentation on >our Web page (which would be publicly accessible) is OK and >consistent with the Unidata-SSEC arrangement for the distribution >and re-distribution of the McIDAS package?? Yes, this is OK. I am curious, however. Are you downloading the HTML pages that I make available in the unix/770/docs subdirectories or will you be putting a link that points to the documentation that I maintain here at the UPC? The latter is the best option since the documentation here contains information about all of the changes I make to Unidata McIDAS; the HTML stuff in the unix/770/docs subdirectories does not. >Thanks, Later... Tom
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