Another Future User Reporting In

2005-01-17 Thread Paul Hill
Web Maestro Clay,
You can add my name to the list of people who intend to use FOP as part 
of a larger product/service... FOP has a perfectly positioned 
functionally to meet the needs of may application developers We are 
very interested in you perception of where the project is currently. 
Thanks for you comments...

Great work I read and save every e-mail.
Paul
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Re: Another Future User Reporting In

2005-01-17 Thread The Web Maestro
On Jan 17, 2005, at 8:46 AM, Paul Hill wrote:
Web Maestro Clay,
You can add my name to the list of people who intend to use FOP as  
part of a larger product/service... FOP has a perfectly positioned  
functionally to meet the needs of may application developers We  
are very interested in you perception of where the project is  
currently. Thanks for you comments...

Great work I read and save every e-mail.
Paul
Thank you for your kind comments, and welcome to the Apache FOP  
community!

Unfortunately, I don't have anything to offer beyond the Apache FOP web  
site's Status page[1]. As for the best estimate of a release of FOP  
1.0, I'd check this POST by Jeremias[2].  FWIW, the FOP HEAD the branch  
is where *all* development is happening, and FOP 1.0 will be the result  
of work on HEAD. As with most Open Source projects, this is not a firm  
date, but is probably the best guess anyone could give.

Thank you again for your kind words. BTW, I suspect this type off  
discussion would be better served in [EMAIL PROTECTED], as this  
mailing list (fop-dev@xml.apache.org) is primarily for developers to  
ask questions regarding PATCH submissions, bug reports and design  
issues.

[1]
http://xml.apache.org/fop/status.html
[2]
http://mail-archives.apache.org/eyebrowse/ReadMsg?listName=fop- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]msgNo=10437

Web Maestro Clay
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Re: Another Future User Reporting In

2005-01-17 Thread Paul Hill
I have been on the e-mail list since June 2004 Its been an 
interesting project to track.

Paul
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The Web Maestro wrote:
On Jan 17, 2005, at 8:46 AM, Paul Hill wrote:
Web Maestro Clay,
You can add my name to the list of people who intend to use FOP as  
part of a larger product/service... FOP has a perfectly positioned  
functionally to meet the needs of may application developers We  
are very interested in you perception of where the project is  
currently. Thanks for you comments...

Great work I read and save every e-mail.
Paul

Thank you for your kind comments, and welcome to the Apache FOP  
community!

Unfortunately, I don't have anything to offer beyond the Apache FOP 
web  site's Status page[1]. As for the best estimate of a release of 
FOP  1.0, I'd check this POST by Jeremias[2].  FWIW, the FOP HEAD the 
branch  is where *all* development is happening, and FOP 1.0 will be 
the result  of work on HEAD. As with most Open Source projects, this 
is not a firm  date, but is probably the best guess anyone could give.

Thank you again for your kind words. BTW, I suspect this type off  
discussion would be better served in [EMAIL PROTECTED], as this  
mailing list (fop-dev@xml.apache.org) is primarily for developers to  
ask questions regarding PATCH submissions, bug reports and design  
issues.

[1]
http://xml.apache.org/fop/status.html
[2]
http://mail-archives.apache.org/eyebrowse/ReadMsg?listName=fop- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]msgNo=10437

Web Maestro Clay

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Paul B. Hill, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
GURU NETworks, Inc.
4100 Lafayette Center Drive, Suite 103
Chantilly, VA 20151
Phone: 703.961.1403, Fax: 703.961.1410
HTTP://www.gurunet.net