On Wednesday 02 July 2008 15:48:55 Ana Guerrero wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 02, 2008 at 12:47:03AM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > That leaves only kdebase to resolve.
> > I've heard from Simo Sorce, the member of the Samba Team who's
> > responsible for samba packaging at Red Hat, that they consider the
> > license issue resolved and that the next version of Fedora will include
> > samba 3.2 only, with KDE linked against it.
Fedora ships kde4. (+kde3libs +a very cut down version of kde3base)
> > Can the KDE team confirm that this is accurate, and whether the
> > relicensing of kdebase applies to the 3.5.9 version currently in lenny,
> > or if it only applies to KDE 4 versions?
as far as I know, the relicensing effort of KDE is primarily targetted at KDE4.
One of the major blockers were Qt, which is resolved.
> > I think either way we should try to push forward with samba 3.2 for
> > lenny; it's just a question of whether we also have to invest time into
> > getting a GPLv2 libsmbclient package ready.
> When we talked about this some months ago, nobody looked at the exact KDE
> files because the main blocker was Qt3 licence, but this was updated in the
> beginning of this year to GPL v3 too and current qt3 is lenny has an
> updated copyright file.
> Then, in kdebase it seems the only code that links against libsmbclient is
> the smb kioslave, the code is placed at kdebase/kioslave/smb/ and all the
> headers say GPL v2.1 or later. If somebody wants to take a quick check to
> see if i am overlooking something is welcome.
But kdelibs needs also to get a look. At least in theory, it is LGPL, but it
is some time ago I have last reviewed all files in kdelibs.
> About KDE 4, Qt4 is gpl v3 too and what needs libsmbclient should be looked
> at, but a relicensing in this case will be easy to get, i think :)
Yeah. And there is also more help to get from other distributions.
>  http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_Relicensing
How might I do for pinging to the Direct3D tool?
First from the tools menu inside Excel you should reset the mousepad for
overclocking the display.