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Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #400

  • Subject: Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #400
  • From: Jaspersail@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 04 Sep 2002 17:38:33 -0400

Bill et al,

Knowing that Ed Elslager is not "online," I thought it only fair that I inform him of the current discussion regarding HostaScience.  At lunch today, I printed and delivered to Ed the chronological postings of our discussion.  Since the archives are available online to the general public, I assumed no one would be upset by this.

Ed may or may not choose to respond via Hosta-Open.  If he does, it will likely be posted by me. He may simply contact Bill, or other members of the AHS Board, privately.

He did show me a file containing all correspondence between himself and the AHS Board regarding his articles and the beginnings of HostaScience.  After reading this, I think all AHS members who know Ed would be horrified at how he was treated.  I hope he will allow this information to be made public.  

John Christensen

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