HOWDY ALL, BELOW CAME FROM ENNO IN A REPLY HE SENT ME ON GETTING SOME BACK ISSUES. HE ASKED ME TO PASS IT ALONG. Announcement The entire team of the GO64!/Commodore World would like to apologize to all readers of the English edition for the irregular arrival of the issues. In spite of our strong efforts to counter the delay we haven't managed to get rid of it. Because of some unpredictable trouble some of our translators could not continue their work in an accustomed way, that's why we are in this predicament now. We have had a lot of discussions to solve the problem and we think we found a promising solution. Call for Editors As you know, we are not a professional publishing company that could afford professional translators. We are a small group of Commodore-Enthusiasts that as the dream of contributing to the receipt of the C64 culture and enthuse new people for this fascinating hobby. That's why we are looking for American and English people who share our visions and would like to join us to contribute to the GO64!/Commodore World as an editor. Our wish is to build up a complete English editorial staff to make the magazine much more informative for readers outside Germany. An additional advantage would be that we no longer need to put a lot of unnecessary effort in the translation Which was the main reason for our delay so far. After 12 issues of the 'GO64!/CW' we would like to bring up a 'Commodore World/GO64!' magazine again with up to date news and articles and slightly different content to the GO64!/CW, each issue optimized for its target group. Because of the close cooperation between both editorial staffs a much better information exchange between our counties than before would be possible. In the meantime,the next issues will be released: #38 on 10/15/2001 #39 on 11/19/2001 #40 on 12/19/2001 If you are interested or have some questions, comments, fears, we would like to get some feedback from you. Please direct your emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please don't use the mailing forum because it might be a bit off topic. Enno Coners Siemens IT Service Tel. 0711/977-1963 Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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