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This is an effort to revive GA-Net Updates, the instant archive service for GA-Net (URL update: 07 April 2010). I thank Raphael Jolly of http://sourceforge.net/projects/jscl-meditor/ for telling me about wordpress.com.

With 14 Dec. 2011, GA-Net Updates begins to operate exclusively under the terms of the Creative Peace License v0.1.

Eckhard Hitzer

(GA-Net editor)

4 responses to “About

  1. Anatolij

    What are you about Research gate forum?

    http://www.researchgate.net/

  2. Hi Eckhard,

    I have created the following google group, since that appears to be one of the easiest ways to get a discussion forum created without hassle.

    Group name:
    Geometric_Algebra

    Description:”
    A forum for discussion of Geometric Algebra questions and concepts.

    Geometric Algebra provides an interesting and powerful toolbox for many vector manipulation and physics problems.”

    Group address:
    http://groups.google.com/group/geometric_algebra

    Current email address:
    geometric_algebra@googlegroups.com

    It appears that membership is required to post messages, but I’ve configured so that anybody can request membership without invitation.

    Peeter

  3. Dear Peeter,

    Thank you very much for your interesting comment. I think it is a great idea to set up some sort of geometric algebra forum. But I have no experience in actively participating in forums or even managing one. But I ever so often come across helpful forum pages in search for information. I have too much on my hands to set up a forum now. But if you would like to do it, I would fully support you as far as I can. I think many other people would welcome your initiative as well.

    With kind regards,

    Eckhard
    (GA-Net, GA-Net Updates)

  4. Peeter Joot

    I am self studying Geometric Algebra and Physics (primarily electromagnetism and relativity), and I was wondering if there are any active Geometric Algebra discussion groups or mailing lists known to people in academia. I’ve posted questions occasionally to http://www.physicsforums.com/, but GA approaches appear to be largely unknown.

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