claregj at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 03:59:36 CET 2009
Hi Mickey, and Sparrow.
My point is that the tutorial I saw was almost unique in its
suitablilty for purpose and deserves to be carefully looked after by
its author, even if put out under Creative Commons or whatever for
others to use and modify - which they will, that being the nature of
I am hoping that Sparrow will keep going and make a collection which
can be linked to by others.
They are pretty safe in the openmoko user space as I dont think users
will modify things there. Also without knowing the name of the user,
it seems pretty hard even to find what is there too. There seems to be
no index to the user spaces.
Thanks to both of you
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 11:39 PM, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer
<mickey at openmoko.org> wrote:
> Am Montag, den 16.03.2009, 23:36 +0000 schrieb clare johnstone:
>> Hi Sparrow,
>> Your tutorial Intro to dbus is beautiful. I have never seen one I
>> liked so much. The careful description of what each part does is just
>> what a beginner needs. It helps to learn the meaning of the words
>> people use, apart from anything else.
>> However when I went looking for the FSO wiki I failed to find it.
> I guess no one added it yet.
>> was not given in this thread either. May I strongly suggest that you
>> dont actually give away your tutorials, but keep them together in case
>> they get lost or spoilt due to WIKI editors who alter things
>> according to their own ideas.
> I'm not sure I get your point here.
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