On Sun, Dec 26, 1999 at 02:37:04PM +0100, Christian Kurz wrote: > > I would *personally* make sure that I was in compliance with the > > relevant laws. If I felt that that would take too much of my time, then > > I would stop mirroring. > > Just because a big group of developers isn't able to provide a solution > for such cases which is better then stop mirroring? So far your attitude has been "Take quake out of Debian entirely now or I will shut down my mirror because I don't have time to make sure my mirror is legal and I want you to do it for me." If that's how it has to be, that's how it has to be. You're better to stop mirroring. -- Joseph Carter <email@example.com> Debian Linux developer http://tank.debian.net GnuPG key pub 1024D/DCF9DAB3 sub 2048g/3F9C2A43 http://www.debian.org 20F6 2261 F185 7A3E 79FC 44F9 8FF7 D7A3 DCF9 DAB3 * Knghtktty whispers sweet nothings to Thyla (stuff about compilers and graphics and ram upgrades and big hard drives...) <Thyla> oooooooooOOOOOOOOOO <Infinitas> Knghtktty: that's positively pornographic... * Thyla goes off into fits of ecstasy...
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