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add link to swig-email-templates in README #24

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@andrewrk
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@niftylettuce
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is it possible for you to build this feature into email-templates directly? might be easier to have 1 module/repo instead of 2. also missing some core features like zlib compression for db storage. i really like the work and the boost addition.

@andrewrk
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yeah sure I'd love to do that. the entire module is 64 lines - maybe you want to just look at the code and then add the features to your own module and then I'll edit my readme to say that node-email-templates has all the features so this module is now obsolete?

I'm all in favor of that - your module has way more traction.

@andrewrk
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If you trust me to do a good job, add me as a maintainer to node-email-templates, and I'll merge our projects together into this one in a way that makes sense, only breaking backwards compatibility where it makes sense to. I'd also go through and resolve the open issues and pull requests.

@andrewrk
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boost got merged into juice, so it makes even more sense for our projects to merge too. gimme maintainer status!!

@niftylettuce
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done, when you need me to publish new npm version let me know. feel free to add yourself in the credits/readme/package.json too :+1:

thanks man

@niftylettuce
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any updates? just curious, @superjoe30, thanks!

@andrewrk
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I've been holding off until I actually needed to update the mail server at work, which keeps getting pushed back. No updates yet.

@niftylettuce

closing for now, if you can pull this off that'd be great :)

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# node-email-templates <sup>0.0.7</sup>
Node.js module for rendering beautiful emails with [ejs][1] templates and email-friendly inline CSS using [juice][2].
**UPDATE**: [Teelaunch](https://github.com/teelaunch) plans to rewrite this module, subscribe to their [email newsletter](http://goo.gl/j0ypI) for special updates.
+See also [swig-email-templates](https://github.com/superjoe30/swig-email-templates).
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**v0.0.7**:
* Added support for ejs's `include` directive thanks to @nicjansma
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