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    • CommentTimeJul 21st 2012
    • (edited Jul 21st 2012)

    as some of you will have seen, I had spent part of the last week with attending talks at String-Math 2012 and posting some notes about these, to the nnCafé (here). For many of these notes I added material to existing nnLab entries (mostly just references) or created nnLab entries (mostly just stubs).

    But since at the same time I was also finalizing the writup of an article as well as doing yet some other things, the whole undertaking was a bit time-pressured. As a result, I decided it would be too much to announce every single nnLab edit that I did here on the nnForum.

    So I ask you for understaning that hereby I just collectively announce these edits here: those who care should please scan through the list of blue links here and see if they spot pointers to nnLab entries where they would like to check out the recent edits.

    I think I can guarantee, though, that in all cases I did edits that should be entirely uncontroversial, their main defect being that in many cases they leave one wish for more exhaustive discussion.