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May 20, 2002, 12:28:52 AM5/20/02
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***************** NOTICE TO ALL WHO POST HERE ******************

The Group Charter is a guide for posting to this group. This document
will be reposted regularly and may change from time to time to assure
that the group rules reflect the needs of the group participants.

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What is google.public.labs.sets?

Google.public.labs.sets is an unmoderated forum whose purpose
is to provide discussion about the Google Labs Sets demo. This
group is currently only available through Google Groups. Any
individual with a question or comment about using the Google Labs
Sets demo may post here.

The Google Labs Sets demo is an experimental system that allows
a user to automatically create sets of items from a few examples.
The Google Labs Sets demo is available on labs.google.com,
Google's technology playground. For more information, please see
http://labs.google.com.

Occasionally Google employees may post to the group. Any Google
employee who participates in the group will always post with BOTH the
name "Google Employee" and email labs...@google.com.

Google.public.labs.sets encourages free and open discussion on
all aspects of the Google Labs Sets demo. However, posts not
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that we consider inappropriate.

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Keep on Googlin'...

- The Google Labs Team

Patrick Logan

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May 20, 2002, 1:34:56 PM5/20/02
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labs...@google.com (Google Employee) wrote:

> The Google Labs Sets demo is an experimental system that allows
> a user to automatically create sets of items from a few examples.
> The Google Labs Sets demo is available on labs.google.com,
> Google's technology playground. For more information, please see
> http://labs.google.com.

Will the public eventually be authorized for this web site?

I am working on something that appears to be similar and would
benefit from coopreration.

-Patrick

Bruno Pedro

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May 20, 2002, 2:39:57 PM5/20/02
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labs...@google.com (Google Employee) wrote in message news:<a878fc54.02051...@posting.google.com>...

> The Google Labs Sets demo is an experimental system that allows
> a user to automatically create sets of items from a few examples.

Can you be more specific about this?

I tried http://labs.google.com but I was redirected to the good old
http://www.google.com.

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