In the mean time, might I suggest to the Plan9 organizers that if they are in
any way sincere about having their code getting a good airing, they might
consider lightening up on their stupid licensing requirements? By including
such ridiculous requirements in their license, they restrict downloads to one
machine, and that poor machine doesn't have the capacity of the likes of
sourceforge's international system of download mirrors.
I get very, very irate when the server claps out on me while I'm downloading
something that has been offered freely to me - it raises the suspicion that
the offer was bogus.
Well, that's off my chest, and on the wrong mailing list, for which I am very
sorry, but it's a pain.
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 23:17, Dick Davies wrote:
> * Wesley Parish <wes.parish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [1113 10:13]:
> > Well, I've got at least two releases of Plan 9, so it can be taken for
> > granted I've signed on the dotted line, etc, ad infinitum ad nauseam.
> > The source code's locked up in the cdrom image and the vmware disk images
> > - is there a way to get ahold of the source code minus the cdromageness
> > and vmwareness?
> I'm probably missing something (no coffee yet) but can't you just mount the
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