On Thu, 17 Dec 2009 17:17:12 +0000, "James Rowe" <jnrowe at gmail.com> wrote:
>   [Sorry, I'm flipping back and forth between mail clients at the moment and
> I appear to have inadvertently marked a lot of mail as read that
> wasn't.]

No worries. I don't even have the excuse of flipping back and forth, and
I keep messing up my mail too.

Most recently I realized that just moving existing mail files into the
mail store keeps them hidden from notmuch, (the mtime of the containing
directory is updated, but the mtime of the file itself is still older so
gets ignored). This bug will be fixed with the rewrite of new-file
detection (with support for deleted/renamed files). I'll be landing that
soon (promise!).

>   GPL v3 isn't a problem for me personally.

OK. Thanks for following up.

>                                             The problem is Gentoo ebuilds in
> the main tree are all GPL v2, and I accepted changes with a clear GPL v2 
> header
> on the ebuild.  I don't claim to understand the licensing stuff enough to know
> if mixing the two together is valid, so I just moved on to something more fun.

GPLv2 and GPLv3 are incompatible by design. So there's no way to mix
them unless the code with the GPLv2 license has a notice that says
"either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later

>   It definitely doesn't seem to have been an impediment.  
> git-rank-contributors
> shows 29 contributors already, and that is very impressive given the age of 
> the
> project.

I agree. It's delightful to have so much help on the project
already. (And a bunch more will be landing soon once I start working
through my patch backlog.)

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