As for making official methods for dealing with these things, I am
open for suggestions/volunteers.
Also, just to let everyone know, I have actually known about the Mac
OS X stuff (with SquirrelMail included) for months. I just didn't
tell everyone as I told Apple that I would keep this confident so
that they could feel free to make their decision about whether to
use SquirrelMail in their own way.
They contacted me and Luke and basically checked things out with a
series of emails to make sure that the way that they used
SquirrelMail, etc, was ok with us. Things like that we wouldn't
expect them to Open Source Mac OS X itself, etc.
They have said that any changes they make will be made available to us.
That's the story.
Iavor Raytchev said:
> Stefan Sels wrote:
>> we should contact apple anyway. maybe they patched it a bit
>> to make it
>> running on mac os x
>> or added some other usefull stuff to it.
>> Project leader ?? (i would do it if nobody else feels
>> "responsible" for it)
>> Or we create some kind of mailing list for vendors the
>> package our stuff
>> .....or we choose some OEM Manager out of the SM team ...;)
> Hello Stefan,
> For about two months we are in contact with SM (Marc Groot
> Koerkamp), regarding a version of SM that can be professionally
> integrated - a version that has an API and a native support of
> templates that would allow a version independent seamless
> integration behind professionally done templates and shared
> Marc has, since then, explored the smarty.php.net templates we
> suggested (as their proximity with the php.net site was considered
> a major plus), and has started to turn certain parts towards
> object-oriented API.
> As OEM SM sounds similar to that, I would like to reconfirm our
> readiness to support a broad API/templates re-engineering effort,
> that will make SM a module, that can be professionally integrated
> professional systems.
> Our current understanding is that this move will require broad
> change of the SM architecture - that will need a broad agreement
> on the method and the direction.
> We are ready for that - feel free to count on us.
> Best regards,
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