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Re: FrameMaker Gets a Boost (news item in India Times, Nov. 24)

Dov, I'm very like to see that your positive opinion is exactly as my very
good impression of Adobe India programmers and managers.

As I am sure nobody can say InDesign is bad or poor product even if it may
be not for this or that concrete purpose Framemaker is, my reference to
InDesign as a result of  Adobe India was only positive.

It promises to us a good result of FM 8 also.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dov Isaacs" <isaacs@adobe.com>
To: "Dmitri Yunov" <yudmi@star.spb.ru>
Cc: "Framers List" <framers@FrameUsers.com>; "Framers2" <framers@omsys.com>
Sent: Monday, November 25, 2002 11:33 PM
Subject: Re: FrameMaker Gets a Boost (news item in India Times, Nov. 24)

> For the record, InDesign 1.x and 2.x was developed primarily by
> a development group in Seattle, Washington with major contributions
> from Adobe core technology organizations based both in San Jose and
> India. The Adobe India development organization is a very professional,
> seasoned, and well-managed group with major contributions to a number
> of Adobe products other than just InDesign.
>         - Dov
> At 11/25/2002 11:52 AM, Dmitri Yunov wrote:
> >Some comments..
> >
> >Adobe India department was the main executor of InDesign 1.x and 2
> >successful project so anyone could have a clear idea of how good or bad
> >should be the future FrameMaker 8 release.
> >By the way - as a person who was involved into InDesign beta projects I
> >plenty to say the communications with Adobe India root beta coordinators
> >much more successful towards the resolution of InDesign 1.x-2.0 problems
> >than I have seeing [here] with Framemaker pre-release/post-release
> >last 6 years.
> >
> >
> >Regards,
> >Dm.

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