On Friday, July 23, 2010 10:18:21 am wal...@12on14.com did opine:

> <html><body><span style="font-family:Verdana; color:#000000;
> font-size:10pt;"><div>I am writing a user book on GIMP, and in
> conjunction with making available several excerpts (tutorials), I put
> GIMP 2.6.8 for windows on my site, along with the users manual, and
> related Python files.</div><div><br></div><div>I would like to comply
> with the GPL (I spent several hours just trying to figure out which
> license requirements apply to GIMP, and I am still not sure).&nbsp; It
> appears that I must make available the source code. I have no problem
> with that, but there is no single zipped file of the many hundreds of
> files for GIMP. Each file must be downloaded then put into a directory
> . . . recreating the entire directory tree.&nbsp; That would take many
> days, days of not writing, and I would make mistakes--omissions or
> duplications--with no practical way of knowing correcting
> them.<br></div><div><br></div><div>Can someone help? Is there an easier
> way to comply? Or, am I reading the wrong license terms?
> </div><div><br></div><div>Walton<br></div></span></body></html>

Pleased do not post with html enabled.  For those of us, who for security 
reasons, do not enable html rendering in our email agents, all the html 
coding does is expand the message, sometimes to hundreds of times its size 
in straight text and makes it very hard to locate your actual message in 
all that folderol.

This is std netiquette.

Cheers, Gene
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