Subject: Re: Re Coda [Re: ENOUGH ALREADY! ]
To: Robert V. Baron <email@example.com>
From: Robert V. Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/19/1999 15:05:21
Please excuse this mail being posted here. I'm sorry and meant to
have posted it on developers, really. It was because Luke mentioned
flaming CODA that I lost my orientation.
"Robert V. Baron" <email@example.com> writes:
> OK, lets go back to Coda for a bit. It seems based on Chris's survey
> that we want to leave Coda around in some form. I'll reconsider
> making Coda only an lkm when that technology matures, but not right
> now. (NOTE: right now Coda is sys/lkm/vfs.)
> So the question is what to do with the app (client/server) layer.
> Coda is already a package in the pkgsrc tree. I'd like to leave
> coda_server/coda_client as the old pre GPL version. This way folk
> from the BSD communities can work on it if that makes sense. I'd
> also like to introduce the GPL'd Coda 5.0 version under package
> names coda5_server/coda5_client. I'll probably commit this at
> the end of the week if there are no major issues.
> I'm not sure what to do about shadow integration of the Coda
> sources. Is this still an interesting/valuable option?