6 Aug 2001 i0lanthe   » (Journeyer)

second try. Observation #1: that emacs has trained me to type alt-q in untidy paragraphs.. does not work well when said paragraphs are in netscape.

Biked on part of the Eliza Furnace trail today and it was very furnacy and dehydratory. Maybe autumn is a better time (it's a nice flat paved trail but.. could be more shaded..)

I should be making iLarn able to beam itself, or answering email, or perhaps I should make iLarn able to answer my mail for me (that would be pretty funny), but instead, I have been pestering people to discover the licensing situation of various old old code that I might want to port. (and, so far, I have learned that if you ask whether the license of something can be changed, the answer will always be that it isn't possible, but, so far, I ask anyway because I am curious about how many different ways there are to reach this state, and also because I am shameless.)

So if I did port any too-restricted-to-be-"Open" freeware, where would I put the actual, "download my tarball here" page? Geocities maybe... I was there for a little while peddling GPL foo before someone pointed me at SourceForge. Or is there some more-hip site? (anyone up-to-date on these things?)

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