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Re: SNI Alliance Partner

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Subject: Re: SNI Alliance Partner
From: "Paolo Bevilacqua" <pab@uni.net>
Date: Sat, 18 Nov 1995 20:56:14 +0100
In-reply-to: Andreas Busse <andy@soft-n-hard.de> "SNI Alliance Partner" (Nov 17, 7:14pm)
References: <199511171814.TAA31485@newton.soft-n-hard.de>
On Nov 17,  7:14pm, Andreas Busse wrote:
> Subject: SNI Alliance Partner
>
> Hi all,
>
> today I got the paperwork from SNI. Well, after signing it
> we are "Siemens/Nixdorf Alliance Partners" :-)
> That is, we (in terms of law only me, but I don't care)
> can use SNI's logo and name in any advertising for Linux/MIPS
> and related "products".
> More precise, we *must* announce that Linux/MIPS is being
> ported to the RM architecture in all press releases, Web
> pages, brochures (if any) etc.
> Also, we have guaranteed 5 Megs diskspace on SNI's Middleware
> CD-Rom for the RM series, as well as right to use SNI's web
> pages.
> Finally, we're invited to at least one SNI seminar per year
> for free. I'm not sure about the number of persons, but that's
> a minor detail...
> And besides the loaner RM200, we/I can get machines for very
> interesting conditions. Anyone interested in a RM1000? :-)
>
> There's just thing that I must clarify: The usual NDA.
> However, I guess that SNI is aware of the fact that Linux
> sources are always available, so that should be no problem.
>
> After all, I think that this more publicity and support
> than expected, don't you think so?
>

Gee! It's sad a lot when i think about so much nice iron to hack, and so few
time to do so.

        /pab

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