(details isolated in a separate page for 1998)
- November 1998
The Ada Home is now available in multiple languages
(French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian)
with an experimental automatic translation system. See:
La maison Ada en français.
| Das Ada Haus auf Deutsch.
| A casa do Ada em português.
| El hogar del Ada en español.
| La sede del Ada in italiano.
- February 1998
Ada Home Report:
more than 10,000 visitors in January 1998!
(details isolated in a separate page for 1997)
- December 1997
"The best source for further information about Ada 95 is www.adahome.com", says
Stephen Leake in the "Forum" of Communications of the ACM, December 1997/Vol. 40, No. 12.
- April 1997
Improved the presentation of headlines in the Ada Home entry page.
Activation of our banner ad program.
- March 1997
The end of the US DoD mandate was announced.
The Ada Home is three years old:
There have been about 2 million hits in three years of operation
(more than 1 million during the third year, with more than 8,000 readers each month).
- January 1997
New floor opened: The Ada Home Marketplace, with
the Online Bookshop,
the Job Center,
and the Index of Consultants.
(details isolated in a separate page for 1996)
- December 1996
At TRI-Ada'96, ACM SIGAda gave its "Outstanding Ada Community Contributions"
award to Magnus Kempe for his work as inventor, editor and publisher of the Ada Home.
- October 1996
Applied a new design to the site.
- September 1996
To celebrate more than 30 months of existence, and over one million hits,
the Ada Home got a new home at
- January/February 1996
The Ada Home was selected and honored as a top-value site:
this is a "Top 5% of the Web" and "Magellan 4-Star" site.
(details isolated in a separate page for 1995)
- September 1995
The Ada Home now has three major entry points:
the usual, but shorter, Ada Home page;
a welcome page for newcomers (a guided tour);
the quick access page for seasoned users.
- August 1995
Added the Ada Home Feedback form.
Finally created an About the Ada Home page.
(details isolated in a separate page for 1994)
- March 1994
March 3: Official announcement of HBAP (the very first "Ada WWW Server").
- February 1994
Everything is new, for now :-).
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