>>A previous version of this cookbook is available at the University
>>of Hawaii for ftp and on http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/ajsw for www.
>Actually, it appears to be at http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/ajsw/doc/ERUUG_cookbook
>The directions for getting from ...ajsw aren't entirely obvious, and
>I only found it by accident after I'd given up looking for it!
I figure it is possible that I might at some future date leave this
department, causing my account to disappear, and my WWW page with it.
Hence I suggest people *do not* look for the ERUUG cookbook or
sci.geo.petroleum FAQ, etc in my WWW page. Instead I placed a pointer
in the "links to further documents" section of a WWW page which is
likely to be more permanent. This page is the WWW page for our
department's number cruncher community and can be accessed as
http://ww.glg.ed.ac.uk/crunch. In the event that I am run over by a
bus, or whatever, hopefully the new CRUNCH page maintainer will copy the
documents into a new place and this route will continue to work.
So, in summary, a fairly safe way of finding these documents is:
"links to further documents"
Hope this makes things clearer.
University of Edinburgh . languages manage
Dept of Geology and Geophysics . to absorb change
http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/ajsw . but withstand
phone +44 31 650 8533 . progress...
fax +44 31 668 3184 .