Date: 2001-09-27 14:06:57
Author: williamkempf (williamkempf_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 26/09/01 18:43
>> Perhaps Boost would also need some more advertisement ?
>It's not a commercial library, so there will be no commercial
>advertisement. The developers try to do a good job of spreading
>things via "word of mouth" on various lists, such as how you found
>Boost. There's also an effort going on to get various
>libraries "published" in articles and even books (there have been a
>few articles, and it would be nice to see the earlier suggested page
>of references to such works on www.boost.org). I'm not sure how
>else we could go about "advertising".
Would it not be worth registering boost libs with the C++ lib FAQ?
Its referenced from the C++Lite FAQ.
I was supprised that I couldn't find any reference to boost there.
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