.. after having received tons of posts titled 'future', some of them
sounding like 'do not know what future will bring' ...
.. and now: baam! - once again Alex fetched sth out of the hat (and
head of course :-) ) - in variation to the german saying 'aus dem Hut
Kindly excited (but
Dear Alex, dear PicoLisp community,
> it is now possible to build Android Apps completely in PicoLisp!
Wow! This is really great Alex! Thank you! Fantastic news.
> Nevertheless, I would strongly recommend *at least* putting licensing
> server, it will be impossible for Web users to tell that it is
Right. Admittedly, that is not *so* much of a concern when you are
looking at code that you have just unpackaged directly from the
release... you can infer that the license in COPYING applies to every
unlabeled file in the release. (Though, that leaves open potential for
*Actions over Words:*
Step 1. Patch the latest download so it contains the license information
Step 3. Profit!
Hint: ? is finding a new place to host and go to 1.
2017-03-13 19:09 GMT+01:00 Bruno Franco :
> I think that what
I think that what Christopher means is that adding a licence makes the
developer's wishes clear. When you put a permissible licence its obvious
you don't care what people do with the code, but if there's no licence at
all it *could* mean you don't care, or it *could* mean you do care but just