[CM] CL-CLM on github?

rm at tuxteam.de rm at tuxteam.de
Mon Apr 16 13:19:36 PDT 2012

On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 11:21:41AM -0700, Bill Schottstaedt wrote:
> I ask that you not make your own version on github -- that can only
> cause confusion as to which version is official -- I don't
> want bug reports for code I know nothing about.  I appreciate your
> interest in CLM.

Then, for heaven sake, please change the licence of the code - 
The file 'COPYING.clm' does say some quite different things.
I can fully understand your reasons for keeping clm under your wings
but setting the code free (under the most permissive imaginable licence)
and then the users _not_ to use the given rights seems strange.

David seems to want to take care of the code (or at least participate in
care-taking). Why should he keep his modifications (that might well be
useful to all of use) in his private code dungeon?

Would it be o.k. with you for him to release his version under a
different name (i'd suggest "uncommon lisp music")?

 Cheers, Ralf Mattes

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