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Re: *Google Hosting Ready*

Never mind it was temporary. Ron _____ From: strongtalk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:strongtalk@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Ron Teitelbaum Sent: Thursday,
Ron Teitelbaum
Sep 28, 2006
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Re: *Google Hosting Ready*

Dave, I tried to join Google's strongtalk group and it failed. It could be a temporary problem but I thought I'd let you know. Ron _____ From:
Ron Teitelbaum
Sep 28, 2006
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Re: *How to Contribute Code*

... What WebKit (Apple's browser core) does is: * submitter opens a bug describing the problem and attaches a patch * he sets the "review required" flag with
Krzysztof Kowalczyk
Sep 28, 2006
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*** Discussion Group Moving ***

Hi everyone, We are finally ready to move our discussion over to Google Groups, at strongtalk-general .
davegriswold9
Sep 27, 2006
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*Development Direction*

Ok, everyone, we need to establish our development priorities and direction, so here are my ideas to kick-off our discussion: Strongtalk Project Direction
davegriswold9
Sep 27, 2006
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*How to Contribute Code*

Hi everyone, Until now we have been unable to accept source contributions, since we didn't have the legal boilerplate in place to ensure the licensng stays
davegriswold9
Sep 27, 2006
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*Google Hosting Ready*

Hi everyone, I think we are finally ready to go! Following will be a series of kick-off emails. Hosting The project is now hosted at Google Code, project
davegriswold9
Sep 27, 2006
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Re: *Strongtalk Project Status Report*

Sorry, I guess I don't understand your question. If you subscribe to the group you can get it all as email. -Dave
davegriswold9
Sep 25, 2006
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Re: *Strongtalk Project Status Report*

... Any chance of mirroring the google group on e-mail? Adelle.
Adelle Hartley
Sep 25, 2006
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*Strongtalk Project Status Report*

Hi everyone, Here is a quick status report on what is going on: - I'm sorry for the long silence; I'm working on this part time and have been doing a lot of
davegriswold9
Sep 25, 2006
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Re: Differences in the license files

Hi Carlo, - As Gilad pointed out, the file sourceLicense.html is the single actual license. The others are obsolete, from the previous release. - The 1.0.1
davegriswold9
Sep 24, 2006
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Re: Sound support?

Yes. There is a mechanism for external function calls which could be used to invoke any system functionality for sound (or anything else), but there is no
Gilad Bracha
Sep 24, 2006
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Re: Differences in the license files

Carlo, sourceLicense is the correct license, as you note.
Gilad Bracha
Sep 24, 2006
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Sound support?

Is the assumption correct that there is presently no sound support in Strongtalk? Regards, Lothar
Lothar Schenk
Sep 24, 2006
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Re: Differences in the license files

I managed to spell several things inorrectly. Among other things, I meant to say below [...] Neither difference changes the meaning, most importantly they do
Carlo Dapor
Sep 24, 2006
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