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[Savannah-hackers] Re: submission of GNUnetCurses -

From: Mathieu Roy
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] Re: submission of GNUnetCurses -
Date: 29 Sep 2002 13:17:34 +0200
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I'm evaluating the project you submitted for approval in Savannah.

address@hidden said:

> A package was submitted to
> This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
> David Hansen <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
> License: gpl
> Other License: 
> Package: GNUnetCurses
> System name: gnetc
> Type: non-GNU

Since your project does not seems to be part of the
GNU project yet, we cannot accept that project name
for it. Of course there are lots of non-GNU projects
with names such as gnuplot and gnuboy, but they are
not hosted in Savannah.

In the projects we host we want to keep the distinction
 between GNU and non-GNU projects, to avoid confusion.

If your project is accepted into the GNU project, you
 can change its name later on.

> Description: GNUnetCurses is a GNUnet client being developed in C++
> using the ncurses user interface.
> GNUnet is an anonymous, distributed, trust based network. A first service 
> implemented on top of the networking layer allows censorship-resistant 
> file-sharing.
> GNUnetCurses is free software, available to the general public under the GNU 
> Public License (GPL).
> GNUnetCurses is in a planning state. At the time the only usefull thing you 
> can do is connect to a (not yet stable) 0.4.9 gnunetd and monitor the stats. 
> Basic search support is implemented but the interface is still missing. 

Could you create a tarball with the code as it
now exists and make it available to a temporary URL
(and add this url to your description while submitting
the project)?

We want to help you fix potential legal issues.
For example, in order to release your project under
the GPL you should write copyright notices and copying
permission statements at the beginning of every source code
file, following the advice of

Could you resubmit your project once it's done?
You can resubmit your project with ease by copying
the big re-registration URL provided in the mail
you received  at submission


Mathieu Roy
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