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Jun 19, 2004
8:01 AM EDT
I hope I am putting this in the right place. This is not a big deal but I am curious if anyone has any contacts over at Novell or Ximian. As you probably heard from all of the announcements a while back they opened up the Ximian Exchange Connector, placed it under the GPL, and made it available at no charge. This made a lot of people very happy and I thank them for doing this.

At any rate, they have put out some updated RPMs of the ximian connector on their site but did not put the source RPM files up with them:


Now please don't get the wrong idea, I'm not trying to wave the GPL violation flag here as I am sure this is just an oversight. I just want the RH9 source RPM (which doesn't work on Fedora) so I can fix it and build some FC1 and FC2 RPMs like I did with the last version:


There was a feedback link at the bottom of the page and I sent a couple of notes to it since the binary showed up but I haven't been able to raise a response. Of course I know that messages sent through the feedback links might not get read often or promptly. There might have been a better address to send the question to over at Novell and if it was obvious then I am sorry for taking up this LXer space. Any contact help would be appreciated, or better yet if anyone could help me find that RH9 SRPM that would be even better.


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