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Bob,
There have been quite a few emails about this now but see in particular
those from Nigel Pratt explaining how to get hold of them. They were sent
out originally some time ago, so perhaps that is why you think you buried
them
Paul

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Sydes [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: 13 February 2002 08:36
> To:   [log in to unmask]
> Subject:      Re: ALGAO Terminology Lists -reaction wanted! -Reply
>
> Paul
>
> Late in the day I know but where can I see the ALGAO list?   Is this
> something that has been sent out and I have buried?
>
> Thanks
>
> Bob
>
>       -----Original Message-----
>       From: Paul Gilman AAG Manager ES [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>       Sent: 04 February 2002 14:44
>       To: [log in to unmask]
>       Subject: Re: ALGAO Terminology Lists -reaction wanted! -Reply
>
>
>
>       Jason, Here is my original e-mail again - you responded to item 1
> but not to item 2,
>
>       Dear all,
>       Further to the recent emails from Nigel Pratt regarding these lists,
> and one earlier from Veronica Fiorato about consultation types, we have
> been asking whether these can be built into the forthcoming release of
> Exegesis. However, although this can be done for new installations, it
> cannot be done so easily for existing installations as these are likely to
> be using their own lists already and these SMRs would have to implement
> the lists manually if they wanted to use them. I discussed the issue with
> Crispin Flower who suggests it might be possible for Exegesis to create a
> tool to help users in the mapping of terms in old lists to those in new
> lists, and enable much of the work to be done automatically. This would be
> potentially of great value if it could be made generic and help us to
> implement agreed standards. It strikes me there are two issues:
>
>       1) Is the user community willing to run with the ALGAO lists as
> currently drafted or is more work needed to ensure they meet user needs;
>
>       2) Is there interest in asking Exegesis to consider developing a
> generic application to help users migration their systems to agreed data
> standards - there would be a cost implication here but perhaps English
> Heritage might consider helping here, as this would clearly be of benefit
> in implementing standards,
>
>       Paul
>
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