Date: 2001-04-13 11:08:25
--- In boost_at_y..., Gary Powell <Gary.Powell_at_s...> wrote:
> > I imagine something like this on the status page:
> > [logo] Crash-and-Burn compiler contributed by the BelchFire
> > It seems to me that this is a reasonable request, and in fact it
> > for us to acknowledge such support up front.
> It's no more credit than we give individuals. Fine by me, as long
> company recognizes that if their compiler fails to meet the tests
> still be reporting that fact. Nor will we report the information
> secret beta's versions that are not generally available.
Giving them acknowledgement, especially if they contribute in any way
including providing liscences for compilers, is more than appropriate
IMHO. The only thing I can see is that some users may get the
mistaken impression that Boost officially endorses a commercial
product or company, so it might also be appropriate to include a
blurb somewhere stating that Boost does not officially endorse any
contributing companies or products.
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