[postgis] Re: About the recording assent of the PostGIS.

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[postgis] Re: About the recording assent of the PostGIS.

Paul Ramsey-2
Yes, you may distribute PostGIS on your CDROM.

Paul Ramsey
Refractions Research

Hiroshi Saito wrote:

>
> Dear Sirs,
>
> This is SAITO Hiroshi, at Japan PostgreSQL Users Group (JPUG), an
> non-profit and neutral organization, to promote and to popularize
> PostgreSQL in Japan.
>
> I am one of the directors of the organizaiton and in charge of CD-ROM
> publishment. The CD-ROM consists of binary packages of PostgreSQL on
> the variety of architectures, as well as applications programmes, tools,
> drivers, etc.,  related to PostgreSQL, which is freely distributed at
> the verious occasions, such as seminars.
>
> Now, JPUG is planning to publish a book for PostgreSQL manuals included
> in the release 7.1.2 in Japanese language. We wish to attach the above
> mentioned CD-ROM to the book as a supplement, so that many readers will
> have benefit to understand and to use PostgreSQL.
>
> Under the circumstance, we wish to have your consent to put your
> content(s) on the CD-ROM, and on our JPUG Web site archive, as well.
>
> If you have any other view on this account, please let me know by September
> 15, 2001.
>
> Thank you in advance for your understanding.
>
> With kindest regards,
>
> SAITO Hiroshi ([hidden email])

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