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I doubt I misunderstand
Nathan clearly said: we have only shared Yahoo auth code written by Sean
If I understand right that means all other code of Yahoo was not shared.
The Yahoo packet parser is not auth, is not from Sean Egan but from Eric
Warmenhoven according to your own CVS server.
This Esser said that Eric Warmenhoven did not give them his code, you
say you did not share it. So they stole it. Maybe you misunderstand what
you say on your side.
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On Sat, 2004-02-28 at 06:54, confuzius@... wrote:
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> I doubt I misunderstand
> Nathan clearly said: we have only shared Yahoo auth code written by Sean
Nathan clearly misunderstood the issue. I thought the theft in question
was auth code, so I went out of my way to show that Sean wrote our
current auth code, so he was well within his rights to offer that code
to Trillian. Now that I've read all the appropriate email, I realize
that I am not knowledgeable about the situation, and everyone should
ignore me. All you my infer from my email is that sean wrote our auth
code, so he was allowed to share it. Anything beyond that, I don't know
what happened, so please stop quoting me like I do.