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'''This page is a copy of an external document.''' It has been copied into the wiki for convenient reference by readers (it may have been stored within a tarball or zipfile in its native location, or otherwise require extra work to link to).  ''You should not edit it here on the wiki, as these changes will likely not make it back into the original.''  Most such documents include the address of their author; if you see a necessary correction, you can mail it to that person.
 
'''This page is a copy of an external document.''' It has been copied into the wiki for convenient reference by readers (it may have been stored within a tarball or zipfile in its native location, or otherwise require extra work to link to).  ''You should not edit it here on the wiki, as these changes will likely not make it back into the original.''  Most such documents include the address of their author; if you see a necessary correction, you can mail it to that person.
 
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Latest revision as of 03:57, 13 February 2006

Merge-arrow.gif This page is a copy of an external document. It has been copied into the wiki for convenient reference by readers (it may have been stored within a tarball or zipfile in its native location, or otherwise require extra work to link to). You should not edit it here on the wiki, as these changes will likely not make it back into the original. Most such documents include the address of their author; if you see a necessary correction, you can mail it to that person.