'Mark Baker wrote:'
>In article <199705012257.SAA14060@unix3.netaxs.com>,
> Chris Fearnley <email@example.com> writes:
>> Another option is to get the upstream to incorporate patches that make
>> the EPIC changes run-time options to the standard ircii.
>Not much chance of that I think. If they wanted to do that they would have
>done so years ago.
Well, have you asked them? This is a social engineering problem: how
to increase cooperation among freeware developers. Sometimes it takes
someone from a neutral camp to try to negotiate a merge. I am simply
sugesting that this is a good idea. If it fails or if you don't want
to take the initiative, I could live with yet another ircii package.
I was hoping to inspire someone to try to merge the two efforts.
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