[xmca] Glitches

From: Mike Cole <lchcmike who-is-at gmail.com>
Date: Sat Nov 08 2008 - 08:49:11 PST

While our country has been focused on the election, I have been spending my
and nights getting better acquainted with the local health system. Dangerous
hospitals. If you leave them alive, you leave them feeling less than
chipper. Call that
a glitch in my local, non-work related ecology.

But I also come back to glitches on xmca. After seeing Helena's note this
morning, I went to
find the polls that, local staff tell me, are there for voting on the NEXT
article for discussion (I have
been reading MCA 15(4) with interest, plenty to choose from). But my link to
Taylor and Francis takes
me only to 2007 and then requires me to back up and go through my library,
which I assume won't work
for most of you and is totally inappropriate in any event.

I have seen no comments on the Alan Lukes piece for discussion, which IS on
xmca papers for discussion.
There are other papers there that authors, rather than inquiring xmca
members who propose someone else's
paper for discussion, have proposed.

I personally sent all xmca members the article for discussion voted on at
the time of ISCAR and append it here.

Next week is shortened by a Tuesday holiday which many will stretch into a
four day holiday. I hope that local problems are sorted out by mid- week.

Meantime I am wondering what people think of papers already agreed upon for
discussion. If anyone does not know how to find these, please write me and I
will direct you.

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