[PCB_FORUM] Re: cadence support forums

Hmmmm...
 
Tried logging in with the same email and password I do for sourcelink, no
joy.
 
But, then, I never got the invite, either :)
 
Guess I'm too much of a "squeeky wheel" :D
 
-- 
George Patrick
Tektronix, Inc.
Central Engineering, PCB Design Group
P.O. Box 500, M/S 39-512
Beaverton, OR 97077-0001
Phone: 503-627-5272         Fax: 503-627-5587 <http://www.tektronix.com/> 
http://www.tektronix.com     <http://www.pcb-designer.com/>
http://www.pcb-designer.com

It's my opinion, not Tektronix' 

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy_Kulik@xxxxxxx [mailto:Andy_Kulik@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2004 09:01
To: icu-pcb-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [PCB_FORUM] Re: cadence support forums



Yes, I indeed did. I apologize for that. Just got back from ICU and I am
trying to get through all the emails. I 
guess I got to slow down a little...... 

Here is my take on these new forums: 

I am signed up on these new forums and I think they are more or less an
addition to the existing customer 
support tools. You need to have a sourcelink account in order to sign up
which means you need 
to be a paying customer. I think this is just to get customers to solve
other customers issues (sorry for being blunt). 

There were some very interesting discussions at ICU this year in regards to
customer support and other related issues. 
Without getting into much details, Cadence is very interested in becoming
more customer focused and get more involved with 
customers. I think we can expect some changes here and there for the better.
I had conversations  with users and people from Cadence 
in regards to a customer advisory commitee, open user forums, etc etc... 

There is a lot going on and I promise that we will keep all of you in the
loop. 

It was very nice to see that 36% of all users at ICU came from the PCB end
(5% from this forum). I hope to bring this number above 45-50% next year. 
We will start an ICU PCB SIG survey next month in order to collect your
ideas, thoughts and wishes for ICU 2005. This will help us 
make the conference next year even more successfull than this year. This is
going to be though, because this year really rocked. 
The technical content was outstanding. 

Stay tuned for more...... 

Andy 
PCB SIG Chair - ICU2005 




Walter Boese Jr. 
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Andy,
I think you misunderstood Patrick.  I received an email from Cadence 
that they are starting a support group:

 http://supportforums.cadence.com

I believe that was what his email was about.

Walter Boese Jr.
PCB Designer - SGI

Andy_Kulik@xxxxxxx wrote:
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> Hi Patrick,
> 
> Please let me correct the statement of the age of this list.
> The icu-pcb-forum has been around for a while and was originally hosted 
> on topica.com.
> Due to advertisments in the posts we decided to find a new home for the 
> icu-pcb-forum. Freelists.org.
> In other words, this forum is NOT in its infancy neither is it young. On 
> the other hand, taking Einsteins Theory of Relativity into
> account, well RELATIVE to the date we moved this forum onto 
> freelists.org, yes you might consider it young.....
> 
> Best Regards
> Andy
> ICU PCB SIG Chair
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> I just signed up for this to see what it was like, and it's obviously in 
> its infancy.  Anybody know what this is all about?  It's true that this 
> icu-pcb-forum is not as prolific as some others I'm on, but I don't see 
> why Cadence thinks they will do better.  It's my guess that the existing 
> forum will get a lot stronger to the degree that Cadence tech support 
> gets weaker.  That's certainly the situation with PADS.
> 
> Patrick Westfeldt, Jr.
> North Boulder Circuit Design
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