re: == Anti-Concorde Project == thanks for your comment.
Essentially, Richard Wiggs was the Anti-Concorde Project: the Project was his idea, he was the sole full-time organizer, and all the materials published by the ACP were created by him. In light of this, it seems appropriate that the Richard Wiggs entry include the information about the Anti-Concorde Project.
I do not believe there is a copyright issue, since the source material is mainly (a) Wiggs' book, and (b) the archives of the Project, for which I, as his heir, am the copyright holder.
It would appear that the Anti-Concorde Project deserves its own article, rather than being shoe-horned into Richard Wiggs. How do you feel about that? Gene Omission (talk) 21:45, 22 February 2010 (UTC)
- P.s. - I haven't looked, but I hope the extensive info there isn't a copywrite violation. Gene Omission (talk) 21:46, 22 February 2010 (UTC)
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