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#1 pscEx

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 12:51 PM

Maybe I'm a bit stupid, but I can find the site license only by a search for "license in title".

IMO that should be accessable from the home page, maybe across "About"

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 02:36 PM

what is the "site license" ?

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 02:59 PM

http://reboot.pro/about/license

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 03:29 PM

Also, I cannot find anywhere the modules to fill a request to become an official developer.
http://reboot.pro/about/license

As official developer at reboot.pro

Also, do official developers get a diploma, a badge or what? :dubbio:
http://www.visualbad...9E&textsep=NONE

Nor where someone without the badge can apply for permission (and to whom) and what does he/she gets in exchange, a COA; a written license, getting listed in a publicly accessible "hall of fame" or "list of Authorized Dealers", what? :unsure:

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 05:03 PM

i see thanks,

well that license does not define many of the used terms like:
  • comunity member
  • end-user
  • official developer
  • developer not officially associated
etc

anyway I think these days the site is facing some serious update/upgrade then probably the link to that license is not really very important at the moment right?

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Posted 17 November 2012 - 05:33 PM

anyway I think these days the site is facing some serious update/upgrade then probably the link to that license is not really very important at the moment right?

On the contrary, without new developments/ideas/projects/whatever and with the board working half-@§§edly (for whatever reason) what else one could use his/her time for? :unsure:
It's just like when outside it's raining and your TV and Internet connection is down, and you are alone, what better occasion to clean/tidy up the basement or the garage ?

BTW, traditionally the idea of setting a number of priorities and try solving them first has always been considered on the board to be a too mechanicistic approach, somehow limiting the artistic creativity potentials of the community,

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 04:54 PM

Here you can see how serious topics can be made easily to pointless discussions.

I only put the simple question / suggestion(?) to have anywhere an easy foundable link to the site license.
What happens: Comments about the license contents ...

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 05:48 PM

Here you can see how serious topics can be made easily to pointless discussions.

I only put the simple question / suggestion(?) to have anywhere an easy foundable link to the site license.
What happens: Comments about the license contents ...

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Sure :), you know, once upon a time places like these were called "Discussion Boards".
The good thing about freedom and democracy is that anyone can post an opinion and everyone else is perfectly free to disagree with it and with everything else.

The "site license", "as is" is just a meaningless babbling void of any actual "contents" unless the points coder (more seriously) and yours truly ;) (admittedly much more jokingly :whistling:) remarked aren't clearly explained.

As a matter of fact it is a good thing it cannot be found by anyone, and no software is actually released under it, IMHO.

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 06:47 PM

Sure :), you know, once upon a time places like these were called "Discussion Boards".
The good thing about freedom and democracy is that anyone can post an opinion and everyone else is perfectly free to disagree with it and with everything else.

The "site license", "as is" is just a meaningless babbling void of any actual "contents" unless the points coder (more seriously) and yours truly ;) (admittedly much more jokingly :whistling:) remarked aren't clearly explained.

As a matter of fact it is a good thing it cannot be found by anyone, and no software is actually released under it, IMHO.

:cheers:
Wonko

Here you can see how serious topics can be made easily to pointless discussions.

I only put the simple question / suggestion(?) to have anywhere an easy foundable link to the site license.
What happens: Comments about the license contents ...

Peter :cheerleader:

ὅπερ ἔδει δεῖξaι

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[Latin]Quad erat demonstrandum[/Latin]
[German]Was zu beweisen war[/German]

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