[ogpx] Publicity: VWRAP article in IEEE Internet Computing magazine

Barry Leiba <barryleiba.mailing.lists@gmail.com> Sat, 06 February 2010 14:33 UTC

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One of the other volunteer jobs I have is editing a regular
"Standards" column in IEEE Internet Computing magazine.[1]  Joshua,
Morgaine, and David recently wrote an article about VWRAP for that
column, and the article appears in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue, just out a
couple of weeks ago.  It's an excellent overview of the VWRAP work, a
great place to start for people who come new to this group.

The magazine's web site charges for the articles, unless you have an
online subscription.  But the authors retain rights to the column, and
we've placed a free version on my web site, here:

http://internetmessagingtechnology.org/pubs/VWRAP-for-Virtual-Worlds-Interoperability-mic2010010073.pdf

I encourage everyone to have a look at the article, and to join me in
thanking the authors for their work on it.

Barry


[1] http://www.computer.org/internet/