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CSS Validator covermount request

From: Trey Ravencrest <trey.ravencrest@futurenet.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 11:33:22 +0100
To: www-validator-css@w3.org
Message-id: <42D790F2.6090503@futurenet.co.uk>
  Hi Andrew
My name is Trey Ravencrest, New Media Editor for .net magazine (view the 
online version at http://www.netmag.co.uk) at Future Publishing UK. I'm 
writing to request permission to covermount your free CSS Validator on 
the coverdisc in our magazine. I was hoping to feature your software in 
the October issue of .net (#141) which goes on sale September 1st, as 
part of an accessibility toolkit I'm putting together for the disc. With 
your permission, your software would be placed in dedicated pages on the 
disc interface and we would also include clickable links to your website.

If this would be agreeable to you, the process would be simple and 
require very little effort on your part. The software from your site 
would be downloaded and put onto the disc, and made reachable through 
the interface and a disc page dedicated to the product. This page would 
contain info about the product, a screenshot and links to your site. The 
only thing we would ask of you in regard to this would be that you might 
send us a screenshot to go with the disc.

..net is the UK's favourite internet magazine. We regularly include such 
software as Dreamweaver and Flash on our coverdiscs, alongside the best 
handpicked Utilities, Games, Freeware and Shareware applications 
available on the net.

I'd be very grateful if you could look over this proposal and get back 
to me as soon as possible.

Many thanks,

Trey Ravencrest
New Media Editor
Future Publishing UK

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