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Jun 12, 2020

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Hi every one,

I want to ask is this page related to adobe?

 

https://twitter.com/AdobePrint

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Adobe Employee , Jun 20, 2020
Dov Isaacs Adobe Employee , Jun 20, 2020
On behalf of Adobe, it is not related to Adobe, it is Adobe. More specifically, it represents the group within Adobe that provides RIP and DFE technology based on PostScript and increasingly native PDF to Adobe's OEM customers who incorporate same into everything from home and small business printers to platemakers to large scale digital presses. That group is also involved in development of products used to simplify the printing process for specialty products.   Mike Scrutton, the primary contr...

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Jun 15, 2020

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Why do you ask?

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 20, 2020

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On behalf of Adobe, it is not related to Adobe, it is Adobe. More specifically, it represents the group within Adobe that provides RIP and DFE technology based on PostScript and increasingly native PDF to Adobe's OEM customers who incorporate same into everything from home and small business printers to platemakers to large scale digital presses. That group is also involved in development of products used to simplify the printing process for specialty products.

 

Mike Scrutton, the primary contributor to that feed is a very valued and respected 23 year employee of Adobe!

 

So yes, this page is “related to Adobe” 🙂 !

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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