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From: guttman@m...
Subject: OCaml book
Max Skaller <maxs@in.ot.com.au> writes: 

>   
>   
>   BTW: people here read books. An English Ocaml book would provide
>   very strong support for industrial use.
>   

Right.  A number of people have volunteered to help translate the
French O'Reilly book into English.  We hope to allow it to be
retrieved freely via the net, and we're optimistic that O'Reilly will
agree to this.  Their preliminary response was positive.  The authors
have also shown enthusiasm, and are likely to give us access to their
sources for the text.

We're very grateful for all this support, but we need one more
important ingredient:  more volunteers.  

If you're reasonably confident about your grasp of technical French
and technical English, we'd be very grateful for your help with a
chapter or two.  Your help with this project will create an important
ingredient for the broadened success of OCaml in English-speaking
countries.  

Thanks.

        Joshua 

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