Please excuse my English. I will send one for her.  She is very busy.


On 15 Jun 2006 at 14:39, Borosnyay Péter wrote:

> Dear Fracois,
>    Cannot tell for anybody else, but I personally haven't forgotten your 
> I WILL send it as soon as possible.
> The only reason for not accomplising it yet is that the post office is a bit 
far from my workplace and I work in all of its opening hours. My company is in 
pressure now regarding time constraints, average daily activity per employer 
is 10-12 hours.
> We are 8 programmers and 5 hardware technicians here and develop a complete 
GPS/GPRS vehicle navigation system for local transport companies of bigger 
cities. There are 170 buses here for a population of approx. 200 000 people.
> My task is to engineer the central communications software which collects 
and manages the data sent in by the 170 buses.
> It was two weeks and three other component implementations until I finally 
became devoted to ICS for the FTP section.
> Our final deadline is june 31. Next week everybody will go out to install 
the computer into the vehicles. We'll be happy if we could manage to all the 
computers being installed by the end of next week, including saturday and 
sunday work whole days.
> In this best case, we will have only one week left to finalize everything to 
its final state.
> So we are in a hurry. Big hurry.
> Believe it or not, I haven't forgotten your postcard, but it's time that I 
can't give you more than this promise in this moment.
> I'll send it the first occassion I will have one free hour during daytime, 
but I haven't got any in the last month.
> Our hurry should be over in two or three weeks, that's the last time I will 
postpone your card until.
> It's no question for me - and shouldn't be for anyone - that your work in 
ICS is highly valuable. It's much better that others.
> As soon as my boss will be in a state that I can talk with him about these 
things, I will encourage him to donate ICS. When we started he promised me 
that he is willing to buy commercial components upon my request. But I can't 
tell him this now.
> I hope You understand :-)
> If my english is not clear enough, feel free to ask back !
> I wish you all the bests along and many-many thanks for giving your 
excellent product away for free - I probably haven't done so nowadays.
> Peter Borosnyay
> communications software developer
> HC Linear ltd.
> Pécs, Hungary
>  (sorry, updated long ago - more in 
the native version)
>      (sorry, no english, but more 
> On Thu, 15 Jun 2006 08:44:04 +0200, Francois Piette 
> > As you subscribed to ICS support mailing list, you probably use ICS. Good !
> > But have yo taken time to register your ICS copy ?
> >
> > ICS is freeware but to use it, you must register it.
> > Registration is very simple: just mail a [real, paper] picture postcard to
> > the author (me). You can find instructions in readme.txt file.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > PS: If you already sent your picture postcard, simply ignore this message.
> > If you wants to know if I received it, then you must tell me when you sent
> > it, from which country and what the picture is (I have several thousands
> > postcards !).
> >
> > --
> > The author for the freeware multi-tier middleware MidWare
> > The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS)
> >
> >
> >
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