|CUG Library wants submissions email@example.com (Voctor Volkman) (1993-06-17)|
|From:||Voctor Volkman <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Thu, 17 Jun 1993 20:08:38 GMT|
C Users Group Library
Call for Submissions
The C Users Group Library needs your source code in our mission of
helping developers help each other. Currently, the CUG Library offers
nearly 400 volumes of source code covering all application areas and all
platforms. Applications include function libraries, disassemblers,
compilers, text editors, text filters, communications support, text
formatters, interpreters, bulletin boards, windowing systems, games,
tutorials, math packages, cross-compilers, pre-compilers, and more.
Platforms include all forms of Unix as well as MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, OS/2
for PCs, and Atari, Amiga, and Macintosh too. Source disks are
distributed at minimal cost to users (only $4). The source will also be
made available on CD-ROMs too. If your source code has what it takes, we
Current CUG Library Catalog
The CUG CD-ROM file listing offers the most comprehensive look
at the programming tools and utilities available from CUG. The
complete annotated listing (about 1 megabyte) is available through
anonymous ftp as follows:
Walnut Creek CD-ROM sells the CUG CD-ROM. For ordering
information, please contact email@example.com
CUG is interested in ALL user-supported C and C++ source code.
Programs need not be new and unique, nor massive, to be useful to other
members. Many times even minor modifications of existing library programs
are important to other members, especially if the modfications improve the
portability of the code.
CUG accepts submissions only from the author or copyright holder.
All submissions must be accompanied by the Author's Release Form.
In part, the Author's Release is designed to protect the interest of
members who desire to restrict for-profit distribution of their product.
For tax purposes, CUG is a service of R&D Publications, Inc., a for-profit
Kansas corporation. We had originally intended to organize as a
non-profit corporation, but found it was an unbelievable hassle. We hope
this Author's Release Form will allow authors to clearly authorize
distribution by CUG while at the same time protecting their residual
We make every effort to respect the intentions of the submitting
author when distributing software.
How to Submit Your Code
* Mail in a diskette to: Victor Volkman, CUG Acq. Ed.
P.O. Box 130206
Ann Arbor, MI 48113-0206
* Upload your archive to: HAL 9000 BBS, 6 Lines / v.32bis
+1 313 663 4173 or 663 3959
(Also leave message to sysop)
* Tell me where to get it: contact me via Usenet as
(I can get via ftp, if available)
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