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From: Arthur Secret <secret@www5.cern.ch>
Date: Thu, 18 May 1995 18:32:52 --100
Message-Id: <9505181632.AA17163@www5.cern.ch>
To: www-vlib@w3.org
Dear volunteers,

As I told you a few weeks-months ago, CERN is stopping development of
World-Wide Web. MIT and INRIA are taking it over, and the WWW Virtual
Library project has been moved to the MIT machines, although I'm still
the lucky coordinator ;-)

Some people at CERN want to clarify the situation, and have decided to stop
the existence of info.cern.ch, with a transition period so far undefined.

Please note that info.cern.ch should no longer be considered valid. If 
some of you still pointed to info.cern.ch (icon...), please change the link
to www.w3.org .

Sorry for the short notice!


            Arthur Secret       phone: (41-22) 767 37 55
The CERN WWW Team    e-mail: secret@w3.org    fax: (41-22) 767 87 30
Received on Thursday, 18 May 1995 07:35:16 UTC

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