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Re: GNOME question



On Fri, Aug 11, 2000 at 09:18:48AM -0400, Peter Teichman wrote:
> > I would really like to start merging the Helix changes but as Peter Teichman
> > from Helix pointed out there seem to be license issues about the graphics. 
> > And what's nice about Helix if not the graphics? I also can't understand 
> > why Helix does not like advertisement by having their logo in the world's
> > most stable Linux distribution...
> The problem is not whether we would like the advertising. I'm not sure
> whether our graphics are freely redistributable enough for Debian to
> ship. I need to ask the appropriate people here.
>
> Nothing can be done on this end for at least a week or so - most
> people here are heading to Linuxworld Expo. If anyone from Debian is
> there and interested, I'll be glad to try to hash out some of these
> issues.

Hi. This is just a short message to say that Linuxworld's over now.

Heck, there's even a good chance you've recovered from any hangovers by
now. Is that considerate or what??

Anyway, can we please resolve this now?

Another thing, the helixcode website repeatedly and incorrectly refers
to woody as "Debian GNU/Linux 2.3 (Woody)". As woody's not released yet,
it hasn't been assigned a version number. There's at least a 50/50 chance
that when it is eventually assigned a version that it'll be 3.0, too.

In any event, it's really disappointing to have licensing problems
stoping Debian from distributing either of the main desktop environments.

Cheers,
aj

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