From: Marc Mutz (marc_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-14 08:26:56
On Tuesday November 13 2007 08:33, John Torjo wrote:
> Hi Marc,
> 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 ;)
Well, so can I. That's not the problem. The problem is that some
representative from Boost would be needed as liaison (providing the packages,
and probably support, to the judges).
But apparently, there's not much interest in this. C++'s lack of a marketing
organization strikes once again :)
> > Hei,
> > 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?
> > Thanks,
> > Marc
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