[sword-devel] ISV status?
thulester at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 06:54:59 MST 2013
I think that was a problem with only with mods.d.tar.gz only (fasly
reporting them as available). Of course, I have copies of those modules,
but there's nothing wrongh with that. Both the .conf file and the mods
themselves were restricted, despite what mods.d.tar.gz said. Your
contention is that I was 'distributing them, when I wasn't.
Were you able to obtain any specifically? If so, which ones? I'm fairly
confident no modules exclusively restricted to Crosswire were available
from me, which means ther was (an is) no issue between us.
On Sunday, January 6, 2013, refdoc at gmx.net wrote:
> When the repos were still up yesterday you had around 40 copyright
> restricted modules up in our Wycliffe repo and another 10 in the avraw
> You had blocked access to the conf files in mods.d, but not to the
> mods.d.tar.gz and the modules folder content.
> In consequence of that the modules remained freely available to everyone
> who put your server settings into the installmgr configuration.. If you
> want to ensure that modules are truly gone you nerd to edit both
> mods.d.tar.gz and delete the relevant files in the modules subfolder.
> Once you have done that you will indeed be free to host our public domain
> or otherwise freely distributable texts.
> Sent from my HTC
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> Subject: [sword-devel] ISV status?
> Date: Sun, Jan 6, 2013 08:54
> I'm currently reviewing its contents to ensure no module exclusive to
> Crosswire was available. I will be putting it back up on completion of my
> In the meanwhile, as previously requested .. if you specifically know of
> any that were missed, please say so (and don't make it seem like it was
> purposeful. If there were a couple of missed (which I doubt) it was
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