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RE: Available soon -- Cygwin on a CD - OOPS!
- To: "'Cygwin Mailing List'" <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: RE: Available soon -- Cygwin on a CD - OOPS!
- From: "Kevin Wright" <kwright at aspectdv dot com>
- Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 17:40:01 -0700
(And all that replied to me)
I realized my mistake about 10 seconds after
I hit the send button. I guess I got so excited I
was like a kid anticipating his birthday present!
Sorry for the oversight. I'll try to pay more
attention next time.
With a bit of egg on my face,
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Kevin Wright
>Sent: Monday, October 11, 1999 5:07 PM
>To: 'Cygwin Mailing List'
>Subject: RE: Available soon -- Cygwin on a CD
>I can't find anything with the label "Community Offer."
>on the Shop Cygnus page.
>>[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Cygwin Mailing
>>Sent: Monday, October 11, 1999 4:46 PM
>>Subject: Re: Available soon -- Cygwin on a CD
>>Sorry to follow up on my own email but I have a couple of minor
>>corrections to my original announcement.
>>1) The URL is:
>>2) The place to send non-technical questions pertaining to sales,
>> licensing, shipping, etc., is:
>>>Dear Cygwin Community,
>>>Thanks to your support and feedback, I am pleased to announce the
>>>commercial availability of Cygwin 1.0. As you know, Cygwin is a
>>>UNIX/Linux shell environment and portability layer enabling
>>>open source projects to Windows. You already use Cygwin to help
>>>integrate Windows into your UNIX-based environment and migrate
>>>applications from UNIX to Windows.
>>>With the new enhancements included on the CD (see
>>>http://www.cygnus.com/cygwin/ for more details), you can now easily
>>>review info files and man pages. In addition, the CD contains a more
>>>UNIX-like layout that has been discussed and recommended by the
>>>community. The compiler incorporates our Code Fusion
>>>includes optimizations for the Intel Pentium family of
>>processors. I am
>>>also pleased that this release contains our graphical
>>>The best news is that soon (on October 15) I will be offering the
>>>community a chance to get the new CD and docs for $20 off the "street
>>>price" or $79 (USD).
>>>Here's how you get it: go to http://www.cygnus.com/cygwin ,
>>click on the
>>>"Buy Cygwin" link. On the "SHOP CYGNUS" main page, under the Cygwin
>>>section, click on "Community Offer." The password is "SHELL"
>>- and that
>>>will tag the order for the special price.
>>>Again, this will not be available until October 15. You'll have to
>>>wait until then to order.
>>>We are calling this version of Cygwin version 1.0 but it is
>>>B21. It comes with a number of additional binaries from a standard
>>>net release. Currently, the additional tools are not mentioned on
>>>the web site but they soon will be. Until then, I've
>>attached a list of
>>>the additional binaries in the "contrib/bin" directory to
>>>If you have any questions about things like price, shipping and
>>>handling, etc. please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org .
>>DJ and I will try
>>>to answer any technical questions in the email@example.com
>>>mailing list (but please remember that this activity is not part of
>>>our full-time jobs).
>>>I'm excited about this Cygwin offering and can't wait to see this on
>>>the shelves of CompUSA, Best Buy, etc. The box has, IMO, some really
>>>cool cover art of a shell -- to symbolize the use of a UNIX/Linux
>>>shell on Windows.
>>>Cygwin Technical Manager
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