At the SIG meeting in Newark on October 2, 1999, Richard Snodgrass presented a proposal for the SIGs to participate in the creation of a portal. Below are links to the documents that were presented.
ACM/Special Interest Groups. Last Update: October 19, 1999 by Alain Chesnais
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