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Re: Bug#147303: ITP: winex -- A DESCRIPTION

On Thu, May 23, 2002 at 09:26:44PM -0700, Joseph Carter wrote:
> > Have any proof to back up these charges? (It sounds like you do.)
> I have email with the maintainer, and he has email with Transgaming.  He
> is trying not to anger Transgaming in the hopes that they may let him at
> least have the package outside of Debian (which he indicates they seem
> willing to allow..)
> I'm not feeling very diplomatic in the face of threats.  Marc has told me
> what was said and who said it.  I do not doubt Marc's integrity.
> > I wonder how evil Transgaming has to get before you
> > > would stop defending them.
> > 
> > Actually show me (instead of ranting on and on about the atrocities
> > they've committed against you, your dog and your sister) one thing that
> > they've done which has been directly against the community and I will
> > reconsider my position. Trying to get some form of recompense for the
> > code they've written doesn't count, btw, so you can't say "They didn't
> > give all the code they developed back!" And they _have_ given code back
> > - see http://www.winehq.com/hypermail/wine-license/2002/05/0051.html .
> Since you seem to doubt that the good people at Transgaming would do such
> a thing, I ask Marc for a reference.  I think it should not be
> unreasonable to post the email in question given that it concerns Debian
> business and they certainly cannot expect Debian to not know what they
> have decided to tell us, through him.

It would be nice to see this email in debian-devel.


Christophe Barbé <christophe.barbe@ufies.org>
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