Re: final version of the new logo needed
At 10:15 PM 6/5/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Matt Kern wrote:
>> I am not at all impressed by us having gifs on the website. I really
>> don't care whether they look slightly sharper than JPEGs -- we can always
>> up the JPEG detail level a bit. I *do* care about us using proprietary
>> code to make them. We may distribute non-free software, but as we are
>> keen to point out, it is not part of the main distro.
>Description: shared library for GIF images (runtime lib)
> This is a shared library for working with GIF images.
> The libungif library is a specially modified version of giflib which
> is free of the Unisys LZW patent. It can read all GIFs, but only
> write uncompressed GIFs. If you need to be able to write compressed
> GIFs, you can install the non-free giflib packages instead (which may
> not be available on CD).
>This is not proprietary code.
This is also irrelevant unless Debian uses uncompressed GIFs.
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