ask for APSL? for real this time?
Aaron J Reichow
reic0024 at d.umn.edu
Thu Jan 8 14:42:56 UTC 2004
That seems odd to me. Dynapad was accepted at SourceForge (though
everything else is at swiki.net, only downloads are at sf.net) with no
problems. I certainly haven't made it being Squeak-based a secret. :)
"the question is no longer between violence and non-violence; It is
between non-violence and non-existence." :: martin luther king junior
On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, John Pfersich wrote:
> >> Well, I tried to register a project at SourceForge that was to be based
> >> Squeak
> >> and they rejected it because they don't consider Squeak to be open source.
> >> I don't
> >> consider the current license to be adequate in any shape or form. And
> >> that
> >> kind of attitude, I'll not continue its development in Squeak.
> >Sorry to hear of your disappointment, John, but I find it hard to think of
> >SourceForge as the sole arbiter of the viability of a project.
> Well, considering that I don't know of any other public cvs repositories.,
> it kind of is.
> The old developers for Pocket Smallatlk have vanished off the face of the
> earth., and I
> can't find another place to host Pocket Smalltalk 's offspring.
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "John Pfersich" <jp1660 at att.net>
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> >Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 1:22 AM
> >Subject: Re: ask for APSL? for real this time?
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