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On 1999-06-11 at 06:09, Adam Welsh (AdamWelsh at compuserve.com) wrote:
> As Rob's rules about marketing-speak seem to have been temporarily
> abandoned, let me set out our case.
I've been interested to see how this discussion progresses or
digresses, as an experiment in a more free-form forum. I didn't
understand completely, as I hadn't read carefully, the exchange
between Paul Grace and Dave Corbitt. I think I would have, in
retrospect, asked Dave to tone down the corporate umbrage, as Paul's
words could have been taken many ways.
The 'rules on marketing' have not been suspended; rather, in the
interest of resolving this matter (which I helped start by clearing
the ITK response), I've stayed out of it.
Let's keep the marketing out of the main TIG please.
> we are developing data handling solutions
> which are completely revolutionary, far in advance
whether it's ITK or Cintel writing, this language belongs on the
telecine-announce commercial mailinglist. Philips, you can raise the
level of this contretemps by remaining aloof; you need not feel you
must respond. However, if anyone wants to discuss this with me
privately I'm available.
Rob Lingelbach "I would give nothing for that man's religion
rob at alegria.com whose very dog and cat are not the better for it."
http://www.alegria.com --Abraham Lincoln
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- From: Adam Welsh <AdamWelsh at compuserve.com>