neil at qualityassistant.com
Mon Nov 25 03:56:14 UTC 2002
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On Sunday November 24, 2002 07:40, Andreas Pour wrote:
> I would also note that I did not ask to have the appsy feed placed on
> www.kde.org, I was asked to provide a customized feed and complied
> (happily of course).
But you're asking now. And you've even asserted that the links are a
significant source of traffic to your advertising-laden site.
> My offer to contribute the database if the service
> could no longer be provided was made in that context of the appsy feed
> being added to www.kde.org but was purely voluntary, nobody asked me for
And KDE is just supposed to trust this admittedly voluntary effort backed
by a proprietary database and secret source code?
Trolltech was willing to commit its one big product to KDE, to protect
KDE's use of Qt. What does Mieterra have to hide, that it can't do the
same with apps.kde.com?
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
Delenda est Carthago
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