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LINGUIST List 16.2208

Tue Jul 19 2005

Qs: Profglot Code; Discussion List for Journal Editors

Editor for this issue: Jessica Boynton <jessicalinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Simon Courtenage, Profglot Code
        2.    Robert Dale, Discussion List for Journal Editors


Message 1: Profglot Code
Date: 18-Jul-2005
From: Simon Courtenage <courteswestminster.ac.uk>
Subject: Profglot Code


I would like to find out if anyone has the code for Profglot that they
could send me (email address: courteswmin.ac.uk).

Many thanks

Simon Courtenage

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Dr. Simon Courtenage
Software Systems Engineering Research Group
Dept. of Software Engineering
Cavendish School of Computer Science
University of Westminster, London, UK
Email: courteswmin.ac.uk
Web: http://users.cscs.wmin.ac.uk/~courtes/ | http://www.sse.wmin.ac.uk

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Message 2: Discussion List for Journal Editors
Date: 18-Jul-2005
From: Robert Dale <rdaleics.mq.edu.au>
Subject: Discussion List for Journal Editors



As editor of Computational Linguistics, I've often felt that it would be
useful to discuss issues and share knowledge with other journal editors.
I've been wondering if there's a discussion list out there for journal
editors; I've done a fair bit of googling in an attempt to find something,
but with no success.

Then it occurred to me that it's probably the case that the editors of most
journals in the linguistics space read Linguist. So: does anyone on the
list know of such a discussion list? And if not, if you're the editor of a
journal, would you be interested in being on such a list? If there's
sufficient interest I'll set one up.

This may be the kind of thing where a more or less discipline-specific
model is the way to go: there might be much to be gained from the editors
of all the journals of interest to a community (like the Linguist
community) having a common forum.

Any responses will be gratefully received, and if it looks like there is
anything there of general interest to the Linguist readership I'll post an
appropriate summary.

R

Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable



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