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Sorry if I send comments on this page if it's not ment for. It's my first day on Wiki, super! About the content of that new article I want to add to Wiki, all are my own words. Indeed it is copy and paste, but only from my own master's thesis. I did my graduation on that topic and find it useful for others to get acqainted with digital preservation in general and UVC in particular.
I will add some notes about the source of it at the talk page from that article. Hopefully that will be enough and the page won't be removed.
Thanks and success, --Jrvanderhoeven 11:20, 3 Dec 2004 (UTC)
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