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Re: new SourceForge terms
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- From: Christopher Faylor <cgf@xxxxxxxxxx>
- To: Zefram <zefram@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: new SourceForge terms
- Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 19:25:13 -0500
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On Wed, Feb 13, 2002 at 05:00:04PM +0000, Zefram wrote:
>can see, the substantive changes are:
>1. They can henceforth change the terms without notice, just by posting
> the new terms on the website. (Currently they are obliged to give
> 15 days notice by email, a period that we are currently in for this
>2. They can henceforth remove user accounts without giving a reason.
> (Currently they are obliged to have a reason, though the set of
> acceptable reasons is open-ended.)
>3. They're no longer obliged to make the contents of a deleted account
> available to its owner. (There was previously a "reasonable effort"
> clause to that effect.)
>4. They're no longer obliged to provide notice of changes to the privacy
> policy, unless the changes are "substantive". (Currently they are
> obliged to provide notice of any change.)
>Do we want to keep zsh hosted at SourceForge? For me personally, item 1
>alone is enough to want to remove my account. Item 5 also seems pretty
>serious, and 2-4 are dangerous.
FWIW, I'd be willing to host zsh on sources.redhat.com. As one of the
site administrators, I can provide web space, ftp space, cvs access, and
I can also redirect zsh.org to sources.redhat.com, if required.
It would be a privilege to be able to be able provide some service in
exchange for all of the happy years that I've been using zsh.
and I don't anticipate that we ever will. I can't make any guarantees,
of course, but I'd be pretty surprised if anything like that came
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