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CUSeeMe Source Code - Zaheer Shamsi urgent please read this !!!

From: Marc Manthey
Subject: CUSeeMe Source Code - Zaheer Shamsi urgent please read this !!!
Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 00:14:37 +0200

gentlemen .

i need to get in cotact with this guy he has the cornell code for cuseeme.!!!! ************************************************************************ **************************
Zaheer Shamsi (address@hidden)
Wed, 29 Apr 1998 02:27:21 +0800 (MYT)

Environment: Win95, Visual C++ 5, ATM network
Hi !

This is a repeat query, pls. response.

We are working on developement of video conferencing application on ATM
network at our University. We have obtained the CUSeeMe source code to
study the techniques/logic used.

Unfortunatly, I'm not an expert on Visual C++, the proposed developing
plateform, so I need soem guidance in understanding the control flow of
the mentioned source code.

I suggest, if possible, that Cornell people should include another readme file in the package describing, how to build the CUSeeMe application from this code, how one can reach the appropriate part of the code for a specific features

* how video/voice format is captured.
* how these data parts are sent and synchronised.
* which part is doing the compression, etc.

P.S. bear with me if things not expressed appropriatly.

i need  to get in contact with  Zaheer Shamsi


From: Richard Stallman <address@hidden>
Date: May 8, 2005 11:03:30 AM GMT+02:00
To: Marc Manthey <address@hidden>
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: free cuseeme 0.7 ?
Reply-To: address@hidden

    sorry i mean that version  .80 is  NOT free because of the
PLUGin funktionallity that arron glles developed and implemented.

The information sent to me seems to say that essentially ALL of
version .80 was non-free.  I don't see how the license change relates
to plug-in functionality.  Perhaps there is some relationship I do not
see.  If so, could you explain the relationship more clearly?

Meanwhile, I will contact people at Cornell to look for version .70.

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