[sword-devel] On the topic of an iPhone front-end

Nathan Youngman junkmail at nathany.com
Wed Apr 16 17:22:50 MST 2008

Yah, those modules.

Assuming you were to visit the site with Safari 3.1 (desktop), the  
built in data browser could be used to view the content of the SQLite  
database. Would that cause any concerns for CrossWire-only distributed  
modules? (i.e. user copying > 500 words)

- nathan

On 16-Apr-08, at 5:12 PM, Jonathan Morgan wrote:

> I suspect that he is thinking of the license the modules are
> distributed under (e.g. permission to distribute to CrossWire).
> I don't think that this is likely to be a problem, since users are
> allowed to use modules (even intended to).  There may be a suggestion
> that it is format shifting, and I don't know what the CrossWire policy
> on this is, but I wouldn't consider it any different from building an
> index containing the content of the module for quick searching (which
> CrossWire does).  There shouldn't be any distribution of the client
> side data.
> Jon

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