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Re: Website blues... fixed
> The most popular search term to get to the site is,
> ironically, "transputer".
I would say that all the concepts fundamental to the transputer are very much
alive, and actually, all those concepts together is exactly what CPA stands for.
Indeed, the T9000 transputer and its predecessors are dead. So, physical
instances of the traditional transputers are indeed dead.
However, the concept "transputer" is very much alive.
If I were you, I would adjust the website to make clear that this conference
is about all concepts orginating from the transputer, and that those concepts,
often a in evoluted form, have a considerable impact on today's Industrial
Systems Development. Examples: Handel-C, Side-effect Free Interfaces,
Advanced Component Based Development.
Marcel Boosten | Philips Medical Systems
Technology Manager Volumetric Imaging | Room QJ1301
Cardio Vascular / Development / System Design | P.O. Box 10000 / 5680 DA Best
Marcel.Boosten@xxxxxxxxxxx | The Netherlands
Phone: +31-40-27-69019 | Fax: +31-40-27-65650
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Subject: Website blues... fixed
Ruth Ivimey-Cook Classification:
For those of you who tried the website but found one of the bugs, I hope
things are improved now. I have corrected the problem in getting PDFs
etc of papers, and also fixed the issue that meant the CPA2002 photos
didn't display on some browsers.
Thanks to those who reported the problems.
In case you're interested, statistics for the server in the last year
show an average of 165 requests/day, 1.2 GB data served, and a busiest
month back in Nov '02 when over 6200 requests were served. The most
popular search term to get to the site is, ironically, "transputer".
These stats exclude traffic generated by me :-)