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Trouble getting OpenSource contributor license

Izaak_Beekman
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Hi,

I've tried registering for an OpenSource developer license for the Intel Compilers for Linux, but I never receive any emails with registration keys and/or further instructions.

I am a regular contributor and one of the maintainers of the GFortran OpenCoarrays library (https://github.com/sourceryinstitute/OpenCoarrays and http://www.opencoarrays.org). I also have a license associated with my account for work for the Fortran compiler for Windows, so perhaps this is causing some confusion or complications. How should I proceed to obtain a copy of the intel compilers for my open source work with OpenCoarrays.

Thanks,

Zaak

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Janus
New Contributor I
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Same here. I did this about four months ago, but never got any reply.

Would be interesting to hear if *anyone* successfully applied for such a license, or if this is just a nice-sounding marketing campaign ...

Cheers,

Janus

 

Lorri_M_Intel
Employee
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I forwarded your questions off to my contact in the marketing group.  Hopefully he'll be able to come up with an answer, he's usually pretty good at these things.

               --Lorri

 

Izaak_Beekman
New Contributor II
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Lorri,

Thanks so much!

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