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From Aram Mirzadeh <>
Subject Please READ
Date Thu, 27 Jun 1996 20:22:50 GMT

John Banghart said:
> Well, the Apache source would be completely available of course.  My cgi 
> scripts would most likely be binaries with no source.  I guess the real 
> question is, when I want to give my product to someone, can I do it as 
> a single RPM(mine + Apache) or do I have to give them mine, then download
> Apache off the net?

No, you can build an RPM with the apache source that is great.  The prodcut
sounds like a great thing.  Bascily all we ask is that the apache-src is
including with all of our COPYRIGHT stuff... anything else you like to add
is groovy. :)

I'm going to send a copy of this to the developers.   I don't think anyone 
else is going to have a problem with it, but your email is going to be there
if they have any suggestions/question/complaints.  Consider this a release 
auth.  Unless someone else contacts you. 

> BTW, if there is a FAQ or other material that would explain this, I would be
> happy to use that rather then continuing to trouble you.

Nope.  The README and COPYRIGHT files in the source. 

> -- 
> John Banghart
> Systems Administrator
> Red Rose SuperNet

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