rgardler at apache
Jan 27, 2011, 5:31 PM
Post #2 of 2
Forgive the terse response, I'm travelling but want to give a quick reply.
I created an SF site for project for Forrest plugins that couldn't be apache licensed. Was never used significantly. May have put code there. However, consider moving it to a new project at www.apache-extras.org (discuss with Forrest community, I'm no longer active)
With respect to my code, it's all open source do as you will, would be good to see someone improve it. Just make sure you respect the s5 license.
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On 27 Jan 2011, at 23:30, Sjur Moshagen <sjurnm [at] mac> wrote:
> Hello Ross,
> In the thread  the issue of moving the s5 plugin somewhere else was mentioned. The Forrest whiteboard is blocked due to licensing issues, but I could probably find a home for it at work - we have an open repository at https://victorio.uit.no/langtech/. If someone has other suggestions, that is of course all very well (our svn repository is probably not the best place since getting commit access requires manual set-up). Would moving it to a new home be ok with you? (I see that the burrokeet sf site you mentioned in an old discussion as a possible home hasn't been active for over 500 days - that site is probably not the best one either, anymore - if it is still a possibility, my sf username is 'moshagen').
> Also, the s5 plugin as it stands does not fit my needs that well, and I would like to rewrite it from the bottom, more or less. In practice, I would probably create a new plugin, but based on your work (yes, I am aware of the w3c slides vs s5 discussions), with proper credits of course. Would that be ok as well?
> Best regards,
> Sjur N. Moshagen
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