Talk:Eurotra

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I worked on Eurotra from 1986 to late 1988: my memories of technical details may be a bit sloppy (Id welcome help with this). I'll try to expand the entry in the next few weeks.

AndyHolyer 16:40, Jun 2, 2005 (UTC)
Hi, technical information isn't important and may even be a hindrance. Try to picture a reader intelligent and well-informed (she arrived at this article for a reason) but neither a computer scientist nor a computational linguist. Technical descriptions belong in offline references, of which there must be various. HTH -- Viajero | Talk 17:47, 2 Jun 2005 (UTC)