good luck with your venture.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Syan Tan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Mon May 21  3:46
Subject: Fwd: Re: GNUmed  - business model



99% is hilbros work ( or rework) anyway, no problems.
On Sun May 20 18:51 , Sebastian Hilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED]> sent:

>Hi all,
>
>Starting from 2001 there have been commits to GNUmed's CVS 
>(cvsmonitor.gnumed.de). The program has seen huge changes and more recently 
>has been developed by just a few programmers. Nevertheless it has been the 
>contributions of all CVS committers to make GNUmed what it is today.
>
>Today I am aksing for your opinion on your contributions. As of version 0.2.6 
>I am starting to get confident to market GNUmed as a solution for defined use 
>cases. That involves a business entity and a name change for the end user 
>product.
>
>While GNUmed itself does *not* change in *any* way I was thinking about 
>marketing GNUmed as Alluromed via my company Hilbros. I do not claim any 
>right to your code but I will have to further develop end user packages for 
>MS Windows , Mac and Linux. You might see them as Alluromed one day.
>
>Again. I do not steal anything. I merely market a program or more specific a 
>user friendly package. It's kind of Ubuntu for Debian or the like.
>
>What is your opinion on that. Can you live with that ? I will not fork, steal, 
>rename or whatever your code. Everything should be covered by the GPL. And 
>while all packaging information (build scripts etc. ) is available via CVS 
>anyway there should be no legal trouble. 
>-- 
>Sebastian Hilbert 
>Leipzig / Germany
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