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Re: Directory of Mathematica Add-Ons

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  • Subject: [mg87914] Re: Directory of Mathematica Add-Ons
  • From: David Reiss <dbreiss at>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2008 23:52:09 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <ftkbev$bvl$> <ftmtvk$4pa$>

On Apr 19, 3:43 am, David Bailey <dave at>
> Jon Harrop wrote:
> > David Reiss wrote:
> >> On Apr 13, 3:32 am, David Bailey <dave at>
> >> wrote:
> >>> Jon Harrop wrote:
> >>>> David Reiss wrote:
> >>>>> Contact the Wolfram Partnerships group...
> >>>>>
> >>>> Great, thanks.
> >>> I don't think that would cover the many Mathematica packages - free an=
> >>> otherwise - published independently of Wolfram.
> >> Correct.  it includes only those that have negotiated a partnership
> >> agreement with Wolfram.
> > What does that negotiation entail?
> I chose to keep my Super Widget Package outside any partnership deal
> because I decided to offer it free of charge and make money from
> associated consultancy. This has worked reasonably well, and I presume
> that there must be many other free packages out there. I guess the only
> directory of all packages is called GOOGLE!

That's one way to go.  Perhaps it's worth exploring the hosting of a
basic list.  Would people be interested in having me do such a thing?

Another resource is also the Wolfram Library Archive (http://  I don't know how active that is these days
since.  Long ago (ah, actually very long ago... time flies...I edited
it when it was MathSource...


> David Bailey

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