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eSVG news: new license policy, knowledge base, announcements, etc.

From: Damir Jezic <jezic@intesis.hr>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:25:04 +0100
To: <www-svg@w3.org>

27. January 2004.

Hello everybody!

Here we have interesting news related to eSVG project (www.embeddedSVG.com).

Our new license policy is now more interesting for your concrete needs. We offer noncommercial (academic) development
licenses for a lower price. We also offer a cheap run time licenses even if you don’t buy standard eSVG package with
development licenses. The best of all – users who buy standard package will get unlimited number of run time licenses
for mobile devices for free!

Read more on our pricing page (www.embedding.net/eSVG/english/get_it/pricing_purchase/pricing_purchase_frame.html).

We have also created an extensive Knowledge base (www.embedding.net/eSVG/english/esvgkb/index.htm). Here are collected
and sorted out all frequent questions that you asked us during last 2 years.

Here we take a chance to announce that eSVG will be soon available for Symbian mobile devices, as well as, for the use
from the Java applications.

We will also prepare a collection of eSVG-based utilities and games for mobile devices that will be completely free of
charge, including source codes.

If you develop your own eSVG-based application for mobile devices and we find it interesting, we will give you free
run-time licenses for unlimited distribution in condition of that you publish application source code on eSVG site.

The newest updates of eSVG version 2.0 are continuously available on our download page
(www.embedding.net/eSVG/english/get_it/rel_material/rel_material_frame.html). Description of the latest updates is
available on the Knowledge Base homepage.

Also note that you can download eSVG for ARM-based Pocket PC directly from download page. On the Knowledge Base download
page you can find even more various downloads for mobile devices.

eSVG project team
Received on Tuesday, 27 January 2004 22:32:21 UTC

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