From: Paul G. <pgarceau@at...> - 2004-10-03 21:11:31
Yeah, I know, haven't seen or heard anything from me in months. For whatever it is worth, I do apologize. I have,
however, been following Mingw and Msys as closely as I can.
I am sure I can easily attribute this lapse of response to the fact that I have been a member of a new (so-
called) class called the "working poor", a class that has only come into existence in the last four years or so in the
US. Got to keep food on the table and a roof over my head...
In all honesty, I was wondering when we would be able to add X11 license to the Win32api. Danny summed up my
On 29 Sep 2004 at 22:30, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> Danny Smith wrote:
> >From: "Earnie Boyd"
> >| Any heartache with adding X11 license to the w32api distribution?
> >No heartaches, stomachaches, headaches tonight.
> > I didn't realize you could cavalierly change licencing without
> >consent from _all_ persons who made significant contributions to a
> That depends on if the copyright was assigned or not which is another
> reason we can't use LGPL. Cygwin would have a heart attack because
> Redhat wouldn't own the copyright.
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