Joshua Megerman wrote:
On Saturday 23 February 2008 01:55:14 pm Nick Bright wrote:
Um, no. As the original poster stated qmail is now in the public domain,
which means there is not only no restrictions to its distribution, there's
not even any license anymore.
While the qmail sources are available, it is not GPL. It's my
understanding that the way qmail is licensed specifically forbids
Well, that is excellent. I was not aware that it had been placed into
the public domain.
Perhaps now someone could get a project together with some traction to
integrate all of the best patches into qmail and make a technologically
recent package that doesn't have to have 15 patches applied to get
anything resembling a recent feature set.
I for one would love to see inter7 take the lead on such a project, as
they have a proven track record and as far as I can tell, know qmail
And please try not to top-post :)
I'll never understand why people don't like top posting. I find it
easier to read, but lets not get OT on this; I'm sure it's been argued