[etoys-dev] ZOO Spooky Paint license
yoshiki at vpri.org
Wed Nov 30 05:37:03 EST 2011
At Wed, 30 Nov 2011 11:25:03 +0100,
karl ramberg wrote:
> Yes, I will probably rewrite much of the code.
> The artwork is quite nice and I would like to not redo that.
> I mostly use SpookyPaint starting point to making a painting tool.
> And the code is not that bad :-)
> I would rather like to start by modifying and enhancing code than start from scratch :-)
Well, if it really contains "some code with unknown origin", it
probably is a better idea to from more or less start scratch. (At
least big enough change to be able to claim it is new code...)
> On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 8:31 AM, Yoshiki Ohshima <yoshiki at vpri.org> wrote:
> At Wed, 30 Nov 2011 14:32:51 +0900,
> Kazuhiro ABE wrote:
> > I talked with Thoru Yamamoto about the license.
> > Unfortunately he doesn't want his code become a part of other
> > software. Because he think it's quick-and-dirty and some codes have
> > unknown origin.
> We could perhaps still talk him into clarifying the license terms of
> the artwork. The code may not be so good, but hopefully somebody
> would be motivated to rewrite the code if there is a professionally
> designed artwork.
> -- Yoshiki
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