At 04:26 PM 10/3/00 -0400, Adam Turoff wrote:
>On Tue, Oct 03, 2000 at 08:50:24AM -0600, Nathan Torkington wrote:
> > Bradley M. Kuhn writes:
> > > It seems to me that the perl6-internals, perl6-qa, and perl6-licenses 
> groups
> > > should be able to produce additional RFCs after this.  Of course, the
> > > Language will be frozen, but these three groups may need to remain fluid
> > > after the 14 October 2000 annoucement.
> >
> > I think perl6-licenses should start to move towards a decision after
> > the 14th.  Find something that there's a rough consensus for, write up
> > the pro-s and con-s, then give it to Larry.
>What about pending -licenses RFCs?  Bradley has made a very good
>point that -licenses (and -qa?) aren't directly impacted by the
>language design and should be immune from the moritorium.

I'd personally like a license chosen before any code gets written in 
earnest, so that might well argue for -license to wrap up before then. 
(Whether this is an issue or not is up in the air--it depends on who's 
submitting code)


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