373Re: [jasspa] What's in it for Jasspa?
- Aug 2, 2001psventek@... wrote:
>We are bound by the original MicroEmacs license so we have to
> What IS in it for Jasspa giving their flavor of Microemacs for free? I
> wouldn't mind if it were shareware and required a registration fee.
> >From what I've seen, it's a pretty darn faithful GNU Emacs clone
> without all the really unnecessary embellishments GNU's version has.
offer it on the same terms as the original.
As for what is in it for us ... to be honest - absolutely nothing -
apart from a lot of work and lots of grief when things do not work.
So why do we do it ?? It was simply a case that in using the editor
on a daily basis we tailored it more to our usage requirememnts -
features were added to make our work easier. After 8 years of
modification we just figured that other people might want to use
it as well and made it accessible in the public domain.
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