Volume 1 with CD

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Thu May 13 13:14:13 EDT 2004

I don't know who told you this, but they were just wrong.

As you know, this was RunRev's first attempt at book publishing. There 
was a steep learning curve, complicated by the fact that RR lost its 
main publishing-knowledgeable staffer (Ro Nagey) in the post-MacWorldSF 
changes that had to be made for economic reasons. So there have been 
some slips and delays.

Part of the original deal as I understood it was that RR would prepare 
the CD since they were responsible for the printed book while I was 
responsible for the eBook, which, of course, has all the examples in it 

Recently, Kevin and I have been discussing this issue a lot, along with 
other members of the RunRev team. I have agreed to compile all the 
sample apps into one place so that people who bought the printed book 
can download them in one compressed file. I hope to have this done and 
ready for download next week.

While it's clearly too late to *include* a CD with the book, the 
original idea for the CD was to include a version of Rev plus the stuff 
in my book. Since we now have only the samples and book code to 
include, a CD would be overkill in any event.

Stay tuned. This will get fixed.

On May 13, 2004, at 9:31 AM, Bruce Robertson wrote:

>> When I bought Volume 1 it was announced and advertised with a CD.That 
>> was
>> what I was told and what I should have got. There was no CD.
>> However I have not seen anybody else complain.
> Others have complained, including me. Only to be told uh, well, there 
> is no
> CD and no, we don't know nothin bout example files.
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