Nick Clifton nickc@redhat.com
Fri Jul 13 09:30:00 GMT 2007

Hi David,

> 2. Turn off public access to the code while changing license text in the 
> source.

This is not necessary.  (I am assuming here that by "public access to 
the code" you mean access to the svn repository, not access to the 
various release tarballs).  The repository sources are not an official 
release.  They are part of the development process for future releases. 
  Anyone using these sources should be aware of this and not expect them 
to remain constant.  In particular, in the context of this discussion, 
no-one should expect that the mainline repository sources will all exist 
under the governance of just one version of the GPL.

I will be as quick as I can in updating the mainline sources, but it is 
going to take me a couple of days.  I am going to perform the upgrade in 
an incremental fashion as I do not have the bandwidth to perform a 
single pass commit of all of the sources.


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