FW: Rebol code - PLEAC contributions
[1/5] from: doug:vos:eds at: 13-Oct-2003 10:20
Here is the message I posted to the PLEAC list last Friday. So far no one (from PLEAC) sent a reply.(As of Monday AM). I will continue to gently pester the PLEAC people until they let us post all the rebol code, or we can do all the perl cookbook items anyway on another site. - Doug
[2/5] from: tomc:darkwing:uoregon at: 13-Oct-2003 8:16
may be the library at rebool.org could have a pleac section. this may be a good idea anyway so the code submitted can have a shot at review before/if it ever shows up at the pleac site. think I will go brrow a copy of the book from the library ... On Mon, 13 Oct 2003, Vos, Doug wrote:
[3/5] from: SunandaDH:aol at: 13-Oct-2003 14:36
> may be the library at rebool.org could have a pleac section. > this may be a good idea anyway so the code submitted can have a shot at > review before/if it ever shows up at the pleac site.
Feel free -- anyone -- to contribute Pleac solutions to REBOL.org. There isn't a filter to specifically find Pleac solutions in the navigation bar. But you can put Pleac in the title or purpose and the "Find scripts" will find them all. If there are enough contributions to merit a new Nav bar entry, we'll add one. Sunanda.
[4/5] from: doug::vos::eds::com at: 13-Oct-2003 14:48
Sounds great! Thank-you very much.
[5/5] from: carl:cybercraft at: 24-Dec-2003 22:40
Well said, but I wouldn't hold your breath. They sound like they're from the fundamentalist end of the open-source movement. On 14-Oct-03, Vos, Doug wrote:
> Thank-you for proving my point. > By downloading the "PERL COOKBOOK" examples you are FREE-ly using a
<<quoted lines omitted: 14>>> Please change your policy to allow a broader and more open, > inclusive definition of 'FREE'.
-- Carl Read
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