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Hi,

I have a question for the moderators.

I would like to make a contribution that uses some files that I have prepared for osC, and some that are not osC-specific and that will be available for download, also for persons who don't use osC, on my server.

If it's possible, I would like to keep only one download source for the last version of the files that are not osC-specific because this way I wouldn't have to keep them synchronised each time I make a new version.

So is it acceptable for you if in the contribution I include (of course) the osC-specific files, and for the others I write something like "..and download this file here.." wiith an url where the download would start immediately.

Thanks

DW

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...or maybe more simply I'll host it on my server (it's a blog contribution), where it has to be anyway because the contribution will contain a link to download the non-osC version as well (those who see the page don't necessarily use osC...) and I'll leave a message on the Contribution Announcements forum...any suggestion is welcome...

Hi,

I have a question for the moderators.

I would like to make a contribution that uses some files that I have prepared for osC, and some that are not osC-specific and that will be available for download, also for persons who don't use osC, on my server.

If it's possible, I would like to keep only one download source for the last version of the files that are not osC-specific because this way I wouldn't have to keep them synchronised each time I make a new version.

So is it acceptable for you if in the contribution I include (of course) the osC-specific files, and for the others I write something like "..and download this file here.." wiith an url where the download would start immediately.

Thanks

DW

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Hi,

I have a question for the moderators.

I would like to make a contribution that uses some files that I have prepared for osC, and some that are not osC-specific and that will be available for download, also for persons who don't use osC, on my server.

If it's possible, I would like to keep only one download source for the last version of the files that are not osC-specific because this way I wouldn't have to keep them synchronised each time I make a new version.

So is it acceptable for you if in the contribution I include (of course) the osC-specific files, and for the others I write something like "..and download this file here.." wiith an url where the download would start immediately.

Thanks

DW

Hello DW,

 

No, I am afraid that is not possible. All sources need to be GPL and available on our servers. Maybe you can just make a whole package and with the installation instructions tell which ones are to be used and relevant for osC.

 

regards,

Howard

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OK I'll do that (the sources are GPL of course)

Regards

 

Hello DW,

 

No, I am afraid that is not possible. All sources need to be GPL and available on our servers. Maybe you can just make a whole package and with the installation instructions tell which ones are to be used and relevant for osC.

 

regards,

Howard

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