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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Internet Point Client Server - sava
Jonathan Gonzalez V.
Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Internet Point Client Server - savannah.nongnu.org
Sat, 01 Jan 2005 13:43:20 -0300
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address@hidden (Jonathan Gonzalez V.) writes:
I am waiting for an answer from you.
If within one week I still do not get a reply, I will remove your
project. You will still be able to register it again once you have the
time to deal with the registration issues.
> Paolo Sacconier <address@hidden> writes:
> Hi Paolo Sacconier,
>> Jonathan Gonzalez V. wrote:
>>> Paolo Sacconier <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Hi Paolo Sacconier:
>>> I reviewed your source code and you still having the Copyright and
>>> Notices License missing in some .py, .ui and .html files, fix this
>> Can you tell me the names? Do you use any automated system to do this
>> check? It would be useful to me.
> Sure, these files are: error.html, login.html and client.ui.
> We do not use an "automated system" to do this job, in fact we cannot
> use a script, this job should be do it very carefully. This is not a
> job for a simple script.
>> Anyway I don't understand why .html and .ui files should contain
>> copyright notice, can you please explain me?
> If you need to understand why we do this job very carefully, you can
> read these URLs:
>>> In the further tarball can you please remove all the files finished
>>> with a '~'?
>> I gave you links to tarballs not ready to be released, I was just in
>> need of a place to receive contributors since I was going to present
>> the project publicly at the Linux Day in Turin...
> Apologize if this request was a trouble or a hindrance for you, it's
> just to do not waste time browsing such files.
>> Now it's late, next time I won't show any code in my savannah requests
>> if it will speed up the approval process.
> We have a policy to approve projects without source code, but after a
> month we monitor them looking for legal issues. If you want to take
> this idea please let us know.
>>> I'll wait your updated tarball.
>> Now I'm wondering what are you going to do with my tarballs, since
>> you've been so pedantinc till now.
> Certainly, the answer sounds pedantic, but is not the idea of that
> answer, apologize if you feel that this answer is pedantic I'll change
> it in a near future.
>> Are you going to do the initial import for me?
> If you want, we can do it for you but maybe you will want to do it by
>>Will you check the license of every file before I can add it in the CVS?
> Yes, that's my job.
>> I'm workinng on this project in my free time, mostly alone, unpaid, do
>> you want to help me or make my project die? Should I stop putting my
>> trust in the free software foundation?
> Like you, we do this job in our free time, unpaid and currently we are
> understaffed, we have many projects submissions per day and is a lot
> of job. No you should not stop putting your trust in the Free Software
> "Emacs the only editor which has its own church"
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