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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Qmira : you want to see me ! - sava
Jonathan Gonzalez V.
Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Qmira : you want to see me ! - savannah.nongnu.org
Fri, 24 Dec 2004 19:12:54 -0300
Gnus/5.110003 (No Gnus v0.3) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)
Hi Lecomte Jean François,
I'm evaluating the project you submitted for approval in Savannah.
I reviewed the source code that you submitted and have some problems.
You have the Copyright and License Notices missing in many files. Any
file with more than ten lines long should carry on a Copyright and
License Notices, this rules include shell scripts, Makefiles(generated
by hand), ui files, etc. You can see more information about how to
apply the GNU GPL here:
In all the Copyright Notices you have, you are using '(c)', you should
use '(C)' with an upper case C, consider to fix this. To avoid any
confusion about how to apply a proper Copyright and License Notices,
consider to read these URLs:
About how to license the .ui files under ui/ directory if these files
doesn't accept comments, you can include a file called
'UI-FILES.LICENSE' in the ui/ directory, with the Copyright and
License Notices for these files.
I sent an email to address@hidden asking about the license of JPEG
library, we have to be sure that the license of this dependence it is
If you are willing to make the changes mentioned above, please provide
us with an URL to an updated tarball of your project. Upon review, we
will reconsider your project for inclusion in Savannah.
> A package was submitted to savannah.nongnu.org
> This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
> Lecomte Jean François <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
> License: gpl
> Other License:
> Package: Qmira : you want to see me !
> System name: qmira
> Type: non-GNU
> QMira project is a cross platform sofware (linux, windows mainly) which
> allows to send jpeg images between two computers using the RTP/RTPC
> protocol ( RFC3550)
> It's a kind of videoconferencing software but instead of using a video
> stream, only a set of jpeg images are send across the network using the
> RFC 2435.
> At this moment only images are send, but at least some sound could also be
> Image acquisition comes either from a DV camera recorder or a WebCam.
> User can then select some hosts and share with them images he has
> On the other hand, he can see images some people want him to send.
> A first version of the implementation can be found at the following http
> address : http://zwergon.free.fr/qmira.tar.gz
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