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[fwd] New OMACL Release (X-POSTED!!)

Poster: James and/or Nancy Gilly <KatieMorag@worldnet.att.net>

>From: Douglas Killings <DeTroyes@AOL.COM>
>To: Multiple recipients of list MEDIEV-L <MEDIEV-L@UKANVM.BITNET>
>Subject: New OMACL Release (X-POSTED!!)
>Date: Wed, 12 Nov 97 04:48:48 +0000
>X-Posted to Mediev-L, Medtext-L; and Ansax-L; apologies to those whose
>mailboxes I am cluttering.  Please repost this message to any mailing list
>you think might find this note of interest.
>Online Medieval And Classical Library (OMACL) Announcement --
>The following new text is now available for download to anyone who wants it:
>[OMACL #32]    Anonymous: "Laxdaela Saga" (Trans: Muriel Press) --
>LAXDAELA.ZIP (Entire work in one single file)
>All OMACL texts are Public Domain in the United States, and are released in
>straight ASCII format.  Texts are released in two forms: Online via the Web
>site, and compressed at the FTP site.  Compression is done using PKZIP v.
>2.04g, which can be obtained from just about any BBS or online service.  A
>copy of the shareware version of PKUNZIP is available in the UKANAIX
>directory mentioned below.  MACUSERS: Look for a good ZIP to STUFFIT utility
>before decompressing these files.
>Please note that web versions of OMACL texts are usually not posted until
>after the ASCII version is made available.
>Texts are available from the following sites:
>FTP --
>     University of Kansas Main OMACL Archive:
>     ftp://ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
>        Anonymous login, then set for directory:
>        pub/history/Europe/Medieval/translations
>     Online Book Initiative:
>     ftp://ftp.std.com/obi/
>     (In directories "Classics", "Anglo-Saxon", "Geoffrey Chaucer", etc.)
>WWW --
>     http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/
>     http://www.enteract.com/~detroyes/omacl.html (Download only)
>Some texts are available in the "Palmtop Paperbacks" section of the Personal
>Digital Assistant Forum.  KEYWORD: PDA, then click on "Palmtop Paperbacks"
>icon at lower right corner.  PLEASE NOTE: Older texts are scatter throughout
>the various sub-directories, but current months releases can usually be found
>in the "Book of the Month" area.
>Some texts have also been released, in slightly different form, via Project
>OMACL texts are being provided as a service to the Internet, and may be
>distributed freely.  The only stipulation is that, if OMACL texts are posted
>anywhere on the Internet other than the sites listed above, please notify us.
> OMACL also asks that, if its texts are used as source material for your
>research, please remember to cite us as such.
>As mentioned above, OMACL's texts are Public Domain in the United States.
> Because copyright laws vary from country to country (and because there have
>recently been a number of drastic changes in international copyright laws),
>OMACL makes no representation as to copyright status outside of the United
>States.  Please check with the copyright laws of your country before
>distributing outside of the United States.
>As always, comments and suggestions are appreciated.
>--->Douglas B. Killings
>     <DeTroyes@EnterAct.COM>

James and/or Nancy Gilly


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