[Wine] Eve and morals

nicholas.g.lawrence at mainroads.qld.gov.au nicholas.g.lawrence at mainroads.qld.gov.au
Tue Apr 15 20:58:12 CDT 2008

> Timeout said :
> If the vendors want it to run it on wine, then they should send
> themselves the code to Wine, clear the copyright issues with the
> Wine developers, make a nice 4-fold contract if needed and only then
> Wine could officially use it.

Actually, if the vendors want it (EVE) to run on wine, they could
download and install wine, install and run their game (EVE) and
then file bug reports and/or patches to winehq.

This way, proprietary code (EVE) would never exchange hands
at all.


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