From: John Torjo (john.groups_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-13 02:33:39
I assume you mean:
It seems that for open source it's 40$ per category:
And we'd add boost to category 9.
I can come up with the money ;)
> I've just came across the on DDJ for nominations for the 2007 Jolt Award.
> Personally, I think that Boost is one of the biggest productivity boosts there
> is for C++ programmers, having had a large part in the definition of the next
> C++ standard, yadda, yadda. It is a shame that it has never in it's
> almost-10-year existence featured there.
> However, much to my dismay, one can't simply nominate one's favorite tool, the
> tool manufacturer has to do it.
> So, is there any interest from The Boosters to do this, despite the entry fee?
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