From: Paul A Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-19 07:43:51
>[mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Roman Kagarlitsky
>Sent: 18 August 2007 05:30
>Subject: Re: [boost] New Acknowldegement for RenderX
>> Doug Gregor <dgregor <at> osl.iu.edu>
>> On Aug 17, 2007, at 11:23 AM, Paul A Bristow wrote:
>> Unless we had a central place where we built
>> Boost PDF documentation.
>> Ideally, we'd have an automated (nightly?) process
>> that built Boost documentation in PDF and HTML.
>> MetaComm is (was?) building the HTML;
>> we'd just need one license to build the PDF.
>>> So on the grounds that it costs nothing to say thanks, I
>>> it's the right thing to do.
>> Makes it harder it ask for that one copy to build PDFs of Boost
>> documentation, if we've already given them the publicity in
>Doug, - try us.
>I hereby grant you permission to use XEP to format
>Boost project's documentation in server environment
>until our VP of Sales - Kevin Brown, contacts Boost and
>emails our formal license for such purpose.
>Kevin should do it either tonight or in several days (he's out
>He will also send you a license for DevKit that includes API.
>I think you will find it useful.
>Let me know if you need anything else:
> Java PDF, Docbook PDF related tools: www.renderx.com/tools
> our new development - DiType: http://moin.renderx.com/rxwiki
>We always like to work with technology people who promote open
>Roman Kagarlitsky, CEO
This is an kind offer we would be most curmudgeonly to refuse ;-)
(It would be nice if RenderX were *using* Boost too - then we can include you in our 'Who's Using Boost' page).
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