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Re: python-mode patch

From: Ken Manheimer
Subject: Re: python-mode patch
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 23:59:14 -0400

On 9/26/06, Nick Roberts <address@hidden> wrote:
Richard Stallman writes:
 >     Ken Manheimer has aleady stated that he is willing.  Presumably signing
 >     papers for Emacs means giving copyright for offered contributions to the
 >     FSF, not that anyone can take any code you have written and include it
 >     in Emacs.  In that respect, Barry Warsaw still needs to give his
 >     permission for python-mode.el, doesn't he?
 > I see he has signed papers for other files he contributed to Emacs,
 > but not this one.  So you're right, we do need to ask him for papers
 > for this.
 > Ken Manheimer has signed an assignment for all Emacs changes, so he
 > just has to affirm that we should count this as an Emacs change.

in case it's in question, i affirm that we should count this as an
emacs change.  i am happy to have pdb tracking in python.el, even more
happy since i didn't have to spend time porting it.  let me know
specifically if there's anything more in the way of confirmation that
you need.

 >       Since you will probably insist
 >     that all authors are contacted for this feature alone,
 > Yes and no.  If a certain author did not contribute to that code, we
 > don't need to ask him for papers for it.
 >                                                         why not contact
 >     them now?
 > We may as well as them now.  Would someone like to do so?

I still have a python-mode patch for pdbtrack.  Have we got any further
collecting signatures?


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