Casper's second paper "FragIt: A Tool to Prepare Input Files for Fragment Based Quantum Chemical Calculations" has been accepted on August 8th just 6 days after resubmitting it a lengthy response. It was originally submitted on May 22nd.
If you can't wait to read the paper, it has been available on arXiv the entire time.
FragIt: A Tool to Prepare Input Files for Fragment Based Quantum Chemical Calculations
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