[Squeakfoundation]3.5 release timing (was Re: Outstanding 3.4
danielv at netvision.net.il
Sun Mar 9 08:02:51 CET 2003
The reason I see Accufonts as a step forward is that Apple is currently
the only player we're concerned about. Doug Easterbrook isn't. He's easy
to please and doesn't have a legal interest in Squeak. Since is
simplifies things for Apple, Accufonts is an improvement.
Long term, I agree with you.
Cees de Groot <cg at cdegroot.com> wrote:
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> On Sat, 2003-03-08 at 08:08, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
> > I agree with everything you said. About Accufonts, I think it depends on
> > what Cees/Andrew can tell us about any discussions with Apple.=20
> I haven't heard anything back yet.=20
> Just to make it abundantly clear: Accufonts replacements would be a
> token gesture to Apple, it wouldn't do anything to make Squeak more free
> because the Accufonts license has exactly the same problem as the Apple
> fonts license.
> > I would really love to know that Andrew and Cees are talking, and we're
> > getting Andrew's best (non-official) advice about how to go about this.
> I've given up mailing to Andrew (and Dan) on SqF/Licensing issues last
> summer, after never getting responses from either one on repeated
> requests. So I'm at the moment 'singlehandedly' tackling discussions
> with Apple.
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