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Re: Y2K for the railway industry
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Malcolm Purvis <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>>>> "Albert" == Albert Alcoceba <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Albert> I guess they don't expect Tangaras to still be working in 2086.
> Note to SETS and RTM: When you eventually get some Tangaras to preserve, make
> sure to get the source code to the TMS as well!
> Malcolm Purvis (email@example.com) - ABC Technology Research and Development
> "I don't want it to be practical, I want it to be *expensive*."
> -- my wife.
I understand that the RTM's card file system is fully Y2k compliant. How about
the papyrus library at ARHS ?
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