Re: GTK+ web site
- From: "Eugenia Loli-Queru" <eloli hotmail com>
- To: <gtk-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: GTK+ web site
- Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 17:38:12 -0700
excuse me if this wasn't intentional but I think your tone is
I didn't see anything wrong with my tone on my previous email! I don't
understand why you saw it as hostile!
And you should also not try to play down
the license issue which prevented anyone else from taking the webpage
But I already said here that should gnomefiles ever go down again, the GTK
and/or Gnome project will HAVE the whole thing. What more can I tell you
other than that? I am not selling that code anymore, and I don't care who
has it and who owns it. It's just that currently osnews has a license for it
and they don't want the code available for fear of potential security holes.
I am into video now instead of software/journalism, and most of my videos
are Creative Commons -- I have nothing against sharing it under a very
Stand by your mistakes instead of blaming others. If you took the
webpage down and announced it, you could just as well have announced
As I explained in my previous email, it's osnews who takes care of it now
(OSNews' webmaster, Adam, has been working on it lately to fix a few
things), not myself. That's why I didn't announce anything after that. It
ain't really my responsibility anymore, but I know that should gnomefiles
gets out of the picture again, I can get you guys the code+data (I am
confident that the owner would support this -- the owner David, is an ex-Red
Hat employee, well doctrined into open source). It's just that I still care
about gnomefiles, but I am not really working on it anymore, that's why you
didn't see another blog post of mine about it.
And if you are willing to share the source code freely,
please remove any misleading hints about license costs.
I updated the code/ownership bit here:
So, what about that link? :-)
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