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Fwd: Thank you

From: Gary
Sent on: Friday, October 23, 2009 12:02 PM
A message from last night's speaker, Randy Kahle...


I enjoyed presenting NetKernel to the group. The questions were very good and showed me that the audience was engaged and interested. It will be great if any new ideas emerge about harnessing the abstraction!

Regarding participation in our Enterprise preview program, members of the group can download NetKernel 4 Standard Edition from the website and if they click on the Enterprise Edition section they should see an email address ([address removed]) to request participation in this preview program.

I didn't mentioned to the group the licensing distinction between the two editions. The Standard Edition is our open platform offered under the 1060 Research public license and the Enterprise Edition will be available under the 1060 Research commercial license. This is similar to the way other companies offer an open platform, but I realized on the drive home that I did not make this clear.

We provide a tutorial on embedding NetKernel which includes source code very similar to what I demonstrated. That tutorial is available as a downloadable package directly from within NetKernel. If anyone asks you about the demo code you can forward the question on to me or reply to them that it is available through NetKernel itself as a download. If someone wants to read the tutorial text, we have posted this morning the documentation on a live server.

The general documentation is at:

http://docs.netkernel.org/

and the Embedding Tutorial is at:

http://docs.netkernel.org/book/view/book:tutorial:embedding/doc:tutorial:embedding:title

That's it...

Thanks again for the opportunity to speak with the group.

Regards,

Randy

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