Re: About the future of X (Windows)

I don't see forking as much of a problem but in cases
where Free Software isn't copylefted we need to keep
an eye on the licenses.

Ciaran O'Riordan

On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 11:27:28AM -0800, Andy Tai wrote:
> Shouldn't GNOME stay out of it as much as possible,
> that GNOME and competitors (like KDE) both depend on
> X11 and GNOME's involvement  may make matter massier. 
> Unless, unless,  GNOME and KDE touch base first, both
> being the users of XFree86, both sharing the interests
> of having a stable base for free software GUI systems,
> and a coordinated approach between KDE and GNOME is
> taken in regard to the XFree86 issues. If both KDE and
> GNOME desire XFree86 to stay unified, for example, the
> political pressure should make XFree86 people think
> twice about forking.  

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