d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Tue Jul 1 13:42:41 MST 2008
Peter had previously written to me suggesting closer collaboration. I would
certainly support that. I hope that Jolon will also.
NB. Generally speaking he has less time to devote to it nowadays.
The source code is available from
I have established contact with most of the people worldwide who are
actively using Go Bible Creator to make Go Bible applications, and I am very
active in the Go Bible Forum that Jolon started in April 2007.
Further useful links in the side panel of http://gobible.blogspot.com/
I should add that I am not [yet] either a Java programmer or a C++
Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> Some of you might have seen or used already GoBible.
> There are several unconnected hosting sites and GoBible creators about,
> but David is probably the currently most active - and the one closest
> linked to Sword.
> We have a fair number of Bibles which are only distributable via
> Crosswire due to to the permissions given to us - but expanding our work
> into GoBible would seem like a natural extension to what Crosswire does
> anyway. Should we not consider
> a) creating GoBible modules ourselves and hosting them from Crosswire
> server where permissions are not there to allow others to create and
> b) approaching GoBible developers for more general collaboration?
> I think particularly in copyright matters it is a shame if every single
> open source project needs to approach copyright holders again and again
> - and it is a particular shame when projects are so obviously
> mutually enhancing and not at all detracting.
> What do you think?
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