[l2h] LaTeX2HTML-2K for Win32: thanks, and a question

Luis Seidel seidel@faii.upm.es
Mon, 5 Mar 2001 15:43:25 +0100

El Sáb 03 Mar 2001 14:13, Steve Mayer escribió:
> Since then further installation problems have been reported, particularly
> with Ghostscript and I added an Appendix to help deal with them. Luis
> Seidel gave me permission to host his instructions, together with my
> amendments, at http://www.mayer.dial.pipex.com/l2h.htm.
> I am very happy for others to link to and use my instructions but Luis must
> speak for himself. When he wrote to this mailing list last August
> http://tug.org/pipermail/latex2html/2000-August/000730.html he said:
> "The document is not on the public domain. You can read it and learn from
> it,
> but not make money with it, or pretend you are the author."
> Steve Mayer

I state again my intentions regarding my document.

I wrote that document in february 2000 to give advice to some people at my 
University and put it on my web server. Since I sent a mail to the MikTeX 
list, and Joseph Hilferty kindly translated it, it became widely known. Then 
Steve Mayer put a link to my web server in his TeX Converter and completed 
the instructions. I am very glad that it served to some people, some of them 
sent me kind messages. 

With recent versions of ghostscript, and l2h, my document has to be 
rewritten, but I have not the time needed right now. I relax the restrictions 
about ownership and intellectual rights on it, so if anybody can improve the 
document, go ahead, just don't put the blame about burnt computers on me. The 
hints can become part of the installation guide, or of the user guide or 
whatever. The original goal was to show that l2h can be installed under WinXX
and that it's worth the effort.

My thanks to all the developers,

Luis Seidel