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Message 00220: Re: full JITF report

Make sure if there are any written or oral guidelines issued by the libraries that you obey them. If somebody asks what you are doing, tell them. If they say stop, stop. On the other hand, if nobody notices and nobody says anything and you're able to accumulate one or more district courts as archives, then we may have something very interesting. But, be careful.

On Sep 11, 2008, at 8:59 PM, Aaron Swartz wrote:

Cool. We found a couple of bugs with corner cases but I think
everything's fixed now. Schultze is going to start deploying to
libraries next week.

On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 11:56 PM, Carl Malamud <xxxxxxx@media.org> wrote:
Yeah, that's a healthy gross margin. I think I actually had that in one of the early drafts, but it got cut at some point. I was thinking of doing a
second stab at pacer propaganda.   Maybe that's a good lead.

BTW, your sample files look fine ... my note had to do with postprocessing
and that shouldn't impact data gathering.

On Sep 11, 2008, at 5:29 PM, Aaron Swartz wrote:

Me and Schultz were looking at
http://pacer.resource.org/recycling.html and noticed that the actual
report says that they made $60M from PACER that year and spent $11M
operating it. This seems like numbers worth including.