[jdev] Re: What happened to JECL and SCM?
sneakin at semanticgap.com
Thu Apr 21 01:05:23 CDT 2005
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Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
| On Thu, Apr 14, 2005 at 11:15:29AM -0700, Tim Anderson wrote:
|>The two locations referenced off of this article are stale. I can't
|>browse to anything at http://jabberstudio.org/project/ for some odd reason
|>(as mentioned before) and there isn't anything *obvious* when just
|>plow through the CVS head at
|>Where these projects killed off, or renamed to something else?
| These projects never really existed, in the sense that code was never
| checked in, although binaries were made available. Sometime in the last
| 12+ months, temas and I decided to limit JabberStudio to open-source
| projects that check in code via CVS and SVN, so these projects (if you
| can call them that) will not be returning.
| Hope that helps, feel free to ping me with further questions.
Weren't these projects licensed under the JOSL, an open source license?
I'm pretty sure that's the license I saw when I was wanting to try it,
and I made a post somewhere or messaged some one (maybe you PSA) about
the code. If the code still exists, why don't you guys contribute it to
- - Nolan
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