In <[log in to unmask]> David Carlisle <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>You either just freeze the package and leave it in unchanged, for ever.
>or you throw it out and break any documents that have used it. Or
>perhaps you take a `pragmatic' approach to any copyright and
>distribution notice on the file, and let some new user who wants to
>develop or fix the package take up control. None of these options is
>necessarily desirable or legal.
Or you require the packages to have the GPL. That way changes can be
made when needed by those who need them.
>section. If stuff is in the core then people can mail latex-bugs@mainz
>and moan if it doesn't work, and then I (or Frank or Chris) is supposed
>to fix it.
And I'm supposed to guard you... :-)
Martin Schr"oder, [log in to unmask]
People who live in windowed environments shouldn't cast pointers.