Gary Poster wrote:
[removed Checkins mailing list--maybe we can choose one list or the other?]
On Aug 16, 2006, at 10:03 AM, Martijn Faassen wrote:
And at this moment in time, Zope Corporation as far as I understand is
not bound by the same contributor's agreement we are. It's their
repository. This will change once the ZF starts managing the repository.
I think you might be right about the ZC situation, Martijn. That said,
I certainly did not intend to abuse the privilege, if such exists.
I meant to imply no abuse of privilege. It's ZC's repository, and ZC has
an extremely good track record overall. Let's not worry about that.
I think ZC will be quite willing (though understandably disappointed) to
remove zope.html from the zope.org repository if requested by the ZF.
I hope the ZF won't be requesting this! :)
I think this discussion brought to light that we should carefully
consider what happens with such non-ZPL code in the repository when this
codebase gets contributed to the ZF. (besides the other issue of code
that is ZPL but depends on GPL-ed code)
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