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[Savannah-register-public] [task #4735] Submission of TeriBBot aka Teri'
[Savannah-register-public] [task #4735] Submission of TeriBBot aka Teri's Bash Bot
Wed, 5 Oct 2005 19:53:01 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, task #4735 (project administration):
C Bonini <bash_power> wrote:
I have just logged in and have recieved your message about TeriBBot. When
At first, if you distribute binary files with your project you have to add a
README file in the directory of the binary files and write there the
copyright and license notices of them down.
Do you mean the contents of those packages README and which liscense (GPL,
LGPGL) that they are under? Sorry, I'm all new to this kinda stuff. Also,
just re-using the binaries that where included in the original code. As I
this I ma trying to find replacements for these binaries so I will have
to thier lisence's and such.
As for my COPYING file, I have downloaded the newer one you refered me to.
will be in the next version I upload later today. I was jsut reusing the
COPYING that came with the original source that I'm basing TeriBBot on.
I uploaded a newer version earlier this evening, as of me sending this to
you, it doesn't meet the requirements you have stated to me, but later
I'll re-upload it with the changes. You can find the updated bot and more
compliant code http://www.linuxchics.org/dl/tbb/tbb-0.4.tar.bz2
but please wait until after 5pm EST before the more complaint code can be
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Please use this tracker item
reply, not the standard Savannah messaging system. Thanks. :/
The binaries in your project aren't the problem. But you are not the
copyright holder of those ones. So you have to write a README file with the
copyright and license notices of them.
So you should go to the ncourses team and download there the source code,
then you'll have a look at the COPYING/LICENSE file to know the license of
it, and then at the copyright of the files [for example].
At second, please add the FULL permission-to-copy statements on the top of
every file of source code.
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.html could helps you.
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