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3) That all users of the archive heap scorn upon authors who cross-list from hep-ph to hep-ex for the sole purpose of garnering extra publicity. (see explanation attached below) www = worldwideweb, originally developed at CERN for physicist use.

in addition, bitnet routers queue files according to size, so longer files can take forever.

most internet users, on the other hand, can receive larger files without difficulty and find it a needless nuisance to recombine the pieces.

if you request a large file and it does not arrive, henceforth use `cget'.

if your problems are due to a decnet or bitnet router, you should buy a unix workstation for yourself or for your group, and get it connected to internet.

This purpose is defeated if excessive numbers of hep-ph papers are cross-listed to hep-ex.

A paper should be cross-listed from hep-ph to hep-ex only if it falls in one of the following categories: 1) The paper contains a nontrivial analysis of experimental data (e.g., a new fit to parton distribution functions).

The "management" of the e-print archives discourages such cross-listing.

The original reason for creating hep-ex as a separate archive is that there are many more theoretical papers than experimental papers, and so experimental papers need a haven from the deluge of theory.

if you are on one of the few internet subnets (e.g.

.fr) that has a 100kb limit, fulminez apr\`es les responsables.

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