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Re: [guile] Re: Guile parsing html and htmlprag.

From: Dmitry Bogatov
Subject: Re: [guile] Re: Guile parsing html and htmlprag.
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 18:09:01 +0400
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>> Beeing in need to parse html(not xml) with Guile, I discovered that
>> we have no one-true-way solution, like python's Beautiful Soup. The
>> best we have is htmlprag-0.16. I think it would get more love as part
>> of official Guile modules tree (personally, I always prefer standard
>> modules to something-that-even-have-no-git-repository).
> If I'm not mistaken, having a nontrivial amount of code (e.g. whole
> module) become part of the official Guile distribution requires the
> copyright of the code (and subsequent contributions) to be assigned to
> the FSF.  So both you and all original authors of htmlprag would need to
> officially assign their copyright.  (This might be implausible if there
> have been a dozen contributors.)

Well, I can try to talk to original author, although I doubt he will
take burden of legal stuff. My copyright is matter of time, although there
will be no my code.

> Otherwise, might want to look into guildhall.

I heard about it, analog of pypi, cpan or hackage, but where is it?

Best regards, Dmitry Bogatov <address@hidden>,
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