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April 1, 2002

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Updated 1-April-2002

We're making some changes at InFrame. Starting soon, InFrame will become FreeFramers and part of a more complete Adobe FrameMaker reference entity.

As many of you know, Jeremy Griffifth of Omsys, Inc. has been hosting the FreeFramers mailing list for many years. During this time, he has asked for no money and has maintained this list on his own.

He and I have been in off-and-on discussions since the beginning of InFrame and we've always been able to agree on most things. His ideals are the same as mine. We want to give back to the FrameMaker user community and provide a resource.

Recently, he and I decided to merge InFrame and the FreeFramers discussion list into a single entity. Jeremy will continue to host the FreeFramers list and we will continue to maintain the reference portion, but now hosted on a different server. As a result, and to maintain a common identity, I have agreed to rename InFrame to FreeFramers.

Over then next weeks and months, Bill Swallow and I will re-brand InFrame to assume this new identity. The URL,, now points to the FreeFramers.

From now on, you can choose to come in through the main door at and click the button at the top of the page, or use the following URL to go directly to InFrame:

The main page at allows you to enter this area and subscribe or unsubscribe from the FreeFramers discussion list.

Thanks for all of your support, we couldn't do it without you.

Dennis Hays


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