Michael Krause wrote:
> On Fri, 31 Mar 2000, Peter Kirchgessner wrote:
> > you can easily get the SCL-documentation from HP (see below).
> Yeah, but of what use is it to me if the 3300 is no SCL scanner?
You asked how coorperative HP is. This was just an example.
> > I think
> > they are very cooperative. The first time when I contacted them they
> > sent me two CDs with the SCL toolkit. One CD with SCL V7.0 on Joliet
> > file system and (because they new that I wanted to work with Linux) a
> > CD-R (!) with ISO 9660 file system.
> What an utter display of disregard - as if Linux couldn't read Joliet
> CD's :-)
At that time two years ago I could not read the Joliet CD under Linux.
> > Now you can download the
> > SCL-toolkit. But I did not ask about documentation for non-SCL scanners
> > because I dont have the time to write a backend for them. Maybe the
> > other people working with HP scanners have tried to get non-SCL
> > documentation (Grant Guenther <firstname.lastname@example.org>, David Nelson
> > <email@example.com>, David Paschal <firstname.lastname@example.org>). If not I can try to
> > ask HP about that documentation. If they make it available without an
> > NDA I can pass it to someone interested in writing a new backend.
> Hint: I'm volunteering :-)
> I think it would be better if you asked them about the documentation
> and pass it on to me if it's no problem for you. Of course, if they
> required you to sign an NDA, forget that idea.
Ok. I try it.
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