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Sat, 26 May 2018 14:43:13 -0400
mu4e 1.0; emacs 25.3.1
Rutger Helling writes:
> I pushed the patch with two minor changes (licenses, invoke instead of
> system for xonotic-data). Thanks again!
> I didn't open a new bug, no.
> I agree it's a shame about patches sometimes being in limbo for so
> long. I don't see a solution other than to try to get more people
> involved in Guix.
> On Fri, 25 May 2018 16:52:54 +0000
> Nils Gillmann <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Rutger Helling transcribed 1.1K bytes:
>> > This patch has been open for quite a while! Which is a shame
>> > because it works well.
>> > The license talked about seems to be GPL2+, see this commit:
>> > https://github.com/xonotic/xonotic/commit/12105b36a21e7472f72933b6dd409465b5133396
>> > They recently changed it to GPL3+, but this current release in the
>> > patch is still GPL2+.
>> > Is it alright if I make those changes in the licenses and push?
>> The software would still be GPL2+. Only when we use the new one
>> it will be GPL3+.
>> As long as you keep my copyright and add yours its fine for me
>> (I worked some time to get this working).
>> Did you open a new issue number to reference the old number?
>> I was able to see threading in notmuch but not in my actual
>> email client.
>> I continued working on this in a version which only applies to
>> my work. A friend reported to me that there are issues with
>> one or two of the 3 possible runtime modes which should be
>> I've had some patches open waiting for months (after 3 months
>> I stopped counting), so for now I only submit what's necessary
>> and still (freshly) applies.
>> FYI, the vim-build-system is working just fine and
>> I'm integrating it in my part of the software already. It just
>> seems like we have no people at all interested (or with time
>> on their hands) to review Vim related code.
>> This is no critique on work done by mostly volunteers, but we
>> could do better. It's not criticism because I have no constructive
>> ideas how it could be managed better.
Yay! Good work!