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From: Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa@cs...> - 2003-07-03 14:33:02
I got this privately.
I do not know if anybody else did, so here it is.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Andrew@... (Andrew D. Goldfarb Managing Editor The
> XML Handbook +1(415)931-9467)
> Date: Thu Jul 3, 2003 07:01:16 America/New_York
> To: marcoxa@...
> Subject: Source inclusion in XML Handbook
> Reply-To: Andrew@...
> To The CLOCC team:
> Charles F. Goldfarb and Paul Prescod, authors of the forthcoming
> Fifth Edition of The XML Handbook (Prentice Hall, 2003) would like
> the CD-ROM that accompanies the book to include your free software:
> If you agree, please reply to me with this message attached, thereby
> indicating that you grant permission to include the documentation
> and executable code for the software in the book "The XML Handbook,
> Fifth Edition" to be published by Prentice Hall, Inc., and that you
> grant Prentice Hall non-exclusive worldwide distribution rights.
> Replying now would be best, but if that isn't possible, please don't
> delay past July 18 to avoid missing the due date for including
> software on the CD-ROM. Other than your approval, no other effort is
> required of you, as we can download the free software from the
> If you are not the appropriate person to consider this request, I
> would be grateful if you would direct this message to that person and
> notify me so that I can update our records. Any additional questions
> can be directed to Andrew Goldfarb at andrew@...
> Thank you in advance.
> Andrew Goldfarb for
> Prentice Hall, Inc.
NYU Courant Bioinformatics Group tel. +1 - 212 - 998 3488
715 Broadway 10th FL fax. +1 - 212 - 998 3484
New York, NY, 10003, U.S.A.