Autodesk and Third Party Developers

Discussion in 'AutoCAD' started by Steve Johnson, May 10, 2004.

  1. I am currently performing research for a planned article that examines the
    history of Autodesk's relationships with third party developers. I welcome
    any contributions from Autodesk employees and former employees, members and
    former members of the ADN program and its predecessors, and developers who
    have never been part of any official program. I welcome opinions, facts,
    stories (amusing or otherwise), history, and any other information you think
    might make the article more informative or interesting. I am particularly
    interested in the views of people with a long history of involvement in this
    important relationship, but contributions are welcome from all.

    Please email me at stevejohnson at bigpond dot com with anything you
    consider useful. Indicate the level of confidentiality you wish to apply to
    the information (e.g. "This is background only, do not publish", "You can
    quote me but don't use my name", "This is our official public policy",
    etc.). All requests for confidentiality will be fully respected. Your email
    address will not be misused.

    I am probably not going to be able to thank you individually, so I'll do so
    now in advance. Thanks a lot for your valuable contributions!

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Please ensure you email me at stevejohnson at bigpond dot
    com, rather than replying here. Any replies to this message are likely to be
    removed from this newsgroup. Please note that if this occurs, it will be for
    sound housekeeping reasons rather than an evil Autodesk conspiracy to
    subvert the truth.

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    Steve Johnson
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    Steve Johnson, May 10, 2004
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  2. Steve Johnson

    John Uhden Guest

    Thanks for visiting, Steve. Sure wish you were as active in the current context
    as before. Maybe so?
     
    John Uhden, May 12, 2004
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