Re: another: copyright question
Hi. Thank you for your advice.
In article <E110LLh-0002IZ-00@night>
Richard Braakman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Taketoshi Sano wrote:
> > I can't find no written permission of use, modify, distribute.
> > But there are many archives, including HP-UX sites and DEC VMS sites
> > which provides this xacursor as a public domain. RedHat (RPM) package
> > for libc5 is also provided as contrib.
> > I wish to know whether I can pakcage this xacursor. and if I can,
> > whether it should be main or non-free. Thanks.
> No, without a license statement we cannot legally distribute it.
> I see that the author has provided a number of ways to contact him.
> Perhaps you can ask the author for a license statement.
I see. I will try to find the solution then.
In article <377EF1A7.email@example.com>
David Coe <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hmmm, a fourth year student at u.waterloo in 1993 is probably somewhere
> else long since then.
> I'm not an official mentor (not even an official developer, yet), so
> these are just my thoughts...
> Maybe you can contact someone currently at u waterloo (the main web page
> links to a long list of web pages and email addresses of current
> students) ... see if you can prevail upon one of them to check an alumni
> book, or give you the email address of someone who can; or maybe he's
> left some forwarding information somewhere else there.
> Only you can decide whether it's worth that effort to be able to package
It's the very answer that I quest :) I am going to try sending
an email to someone.
# I was thinking about posting an article to some netnews group.
Taketoshi Sano: <email@example.com>