Past experience shows that it is a good policy to have four CNL editions per year (one around Easter, one before and one after the summer, and the last one just before Xmas), unless the number of contributions makes it necessary to have a supplementary issue, or to cancel one. However, due to the shutdown of CERNVM at the end of June, we have decided this year to advance both the ``easter'' and the ``summer'' edition. We kindly ask our contributors to note that the deadline for contributions to the next issue of the CNL is
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