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Re: [Savannah-hackers] savannah.gnu.org: submission of lessdisks, a disk
Jaime E . Villate
Re: [Savannah-hackers] savannah.gnu.org: submission of lessdisks, a diskless xterminal suite
Fri, 31 May 2002 11:04:39 +0100
Could you please put a copyright notice and a copying permission statement
in each of your scripts? This is explained in the GPL itself (section "How to
Apply These Terms to Your New Programs") and with more
detailed in http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.html
When you are done, you will have to register your project again, and instead
of giving us a URL where the .deb files are, you should provide a
URL to where the .tar.gz files are (in Debian, the directory where a Sources,
rather than Packages file is found).
On Wed, May 29, 2002 at 05:17:42AM -0400, address@hidden wrote:
> A package was submitted to savannah.gnu.org.
> This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
> Neo Ned Ludd <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
> License: gpl
> Other License:
> Package: lessdisks, a diskless xterminal suite
> System name: lessdisks
> This package does NOT want to apply for inclusion in the GNU project
> Lessdisks is a \"diskless\" (x)terminal suite, released under the
> GNU General Public License, which focuses on using older
> computers to meet modern computing needs.
> A main goal is to keep lessdisks as simple as possible, mostly
> using a few small shell scripts that even non-programmers can
> understand and modify.
> It uses Debian GNU/Linux as its\' base, and attempts to keep as
> close as possible to a more conventional \"diskfull\" computer.
> better documentation is a primary goal for the next release.
> for more background information, try
> you can download the latest distribution at
> Other Software Required:
> Debian GNU/Linux base system, ash, devfsd, nfs
> greatly enhances the capabilities of terminals-
> XFree86 and xfs, xdm or other x-display-manager
> Other Comments:
> lessdisks is developed and implemented at www.freegeek.org, a
> non-profit computer reuse and recycling organization.