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Acknowledgements

A list of some people and organizations who contribute to keeping Boost running.

Technical Resources

Web Hosting, Mailing Lists, and Trac Administration

Hosting of the Boost mailing lists, our web server, our bug tracker, is donated by the Open Systems Lab at Indiana University. Thanks to Andrew Lumsdaine and DongInn Kim for their years of support.

SSL Certificate

Our wildcard SSL Certificate was generously donated by the good folks at Certs 4 Less.

Rendering for producing Boost documentation in PDF format

Thanks to RenderX.inc for free use of their XEP rendering program, vital for the production of the very popular PDF versions of many Boost manuals written in Quickbook, BoostBook, etc.

Development Documentation Hosting

Thanks to sourceforge for hosting the development documentation for several libraries.

Testing

The compiler status tables have been prepared with resources donated by a number of individuals, educational institutions, and companies. Boost would like to thank them for their support. Some of the organizations helping include:

Note, however, that Boost does not endorse any product or service, nor does Boost guarantee that some or all of its libraries work with any of the products or services mentioned above.