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From bur...@openprivacy.org (Kevin A. Burton - burtonator)
Subject Re: Announce: XML Spy 4.2 Released! Adds Support for developing SOAP applications!
Date Wed, 12 Dec 2001 00:05:43 GMT
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"Larry E. Kim" <larry@altova.com> writes:

> Altova is pleased to announce the final release of the new XML Spy 4.2
> Suite!

No more SPAM please.

You are advertising for a proprietary product which only runs on a proprietary
Operating System (Windows).  This is an Open Source mailing list.  

Please don't send your announcements to this list.

If course if you plan on Open Sourcing XMLSpy... this will be a different issue.

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There have been false reports that CNN has not used the word 'terrorist' to
refer to those who attacked the World Trade Center and Pentagon. In fact, CNN
has consistently and repeatedly referred to the attackers and hijackers as
terrorists, and it will continue to do so.
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