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To: email@example.com (Rick Schell), firstname.lastname@example.org (Private Marc
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subject. Re: ping from Microsoft - Intemet Shortcuts
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At 03:33 PM 4/26/95 -0700, Rick Schell wrote:
> Is Tom looking for us to use, or merely to provide feedback?
> At 02:56 PM 4/26/95 -0700, Troy ChevaLier wrote:
>>>> Hey, just a quick ping to see if you guys have dug into the SDK
>>>> materials I sent you a couple weeks ago?
>>>> -Thomas Reardon
>> We did receive some SDK materials from MS. It doesn’t look to me
>> like Internet shortcuts are explicitly discussed; rather it is
>> a full blown SDK for people developing Intemet aware applications.
>> The goal of the SDK is to isolate the developer from sockets and
>> Intemet protocols. As such there are general Intemet APIs, Mime
>> APIs, FTP APIs, Gopher APIs, HTTP APIs, and Archie APIs
>> Doesnt seem all that practical to me in the short term given that
>> we have already written all the code to dothis stufff (and more
>> I’m sure). Also, I would hate to rely on MS for bug fixes and
>> implementation of new features (the latest whatever)
>>There may indeed be more there, that is iust what I observed
>> by a cursory reading of the hardcopv doc
>> Netscape Communications Corp.
>> 501 I: Middlefield Rd. Mt View, CA 94043
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> Rick Shell
> VP, Engineering
> Netscape Communications Corp.
> 501 E. Middlefield Road
> Mountain View CA 94043
Netscape Communications Corp.
501 E Midd.lefield Rd. Mt View, CA 94043
court documents in the case of Comes v. Microsoft.