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[Savannah-hackers] submission of Dominion world simulation and role-pla

From: rosalia
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Dominion world simulation and role-playi -
Date: Mon, 09 Jun 2003 11:29:02 -0400
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A package was submitted to
This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden

Mark Galassi <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
License: gpl
Other License: 
Package: Dominion world simulation and role-playi
System name: dominion
Type: GNU

Dominion is a multi-player game written in the late 1980s and
due for a major revision now.  It consists of C code, TeXinfo
documentation, and an automake/autoconf build system.

It has been licensed under the GNU GPL from the very start, and
has been approved by RMS as a \"GNU project\".

The source code is available at

in the file dominion-2.6b.tar.gz

Other Software Required:
Dominion relies only on a POSIX environment, and it runs well on a
GNU/Linux system.

Other Comments:
Here is the old email from RMS approving it as a GNU project.  Also note that I 
am in correspondence with Mathieu and Rudy to incorporate an old version of the 
CVS repository.

From: Richard Stallman <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: a CVS repository for Dominion
To: address@hidden
Date: Sat, 23 Nov 1996 02:17:17 -0600
Reply-to: address@hidden

    To call a product a GNU product, do I have to get an explicit
    endorsement on the part of the FSF?


    I have been calling two of my recent projects Gnudl and GSL (GNU Data
    Language and Gnu Scientific Library), and I wonder if that\'s

I\'m willing to agree that to call them GNU software,
because I trust that you\'re doing a good job
and that they will be a credit to the GNU project.

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