Re: (Fwd) Re: [firstname.lastname@example.org: Re: Isn't a kde version of abiw
Montreal Fri May 28 08:23:17 1999
Joseph Carter <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Please don't be dissuaded by politicians or their harassment.
> > Apparently the authors think it's okay, so if you want to do it, just
> > go right ahead. You might want to establish a dialog with the
> > AbiSource folks as the above quote from their website suggests. Who
> > knows they might even pay you.
> Please don't assume what people claim is political agenda is in fact
> political. Qt is nicely free now, I'm quite proud of the license (I
> should be, considering it's my license) Doesn't mean the GPL likes it.
Well, did you see the way this whole thread started? Some dweeb with
a Debian email address forwarded private email from a private
conversation to the list with a note like "This one is good for a
laugh." It's also become clear that he didn't even have all the facts
of the matter.
Btw, I think Debian should have very little say in the matter seeing
that they don't even distribute kdelibs/kdebase making the whole
matter of kabiword rather moot for them.
Sorry if I offended anyone.
"These download files are in Microsoft Word 6.0 format. After unzipping,
these files can be viewed in any text editor, including all versions of
Microsoft Word, WordPad, and Microsoft Word Viewer." [Microsoft website]
< http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~navindra/editors/ >