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Wed Feb 18 03:46:37 CET 2004
am 17.02.2004 21:59 Uhr schrieb Mathieu Bouchard unter matju at sympatico.ca:
> On Sun, 15 Feb 2004, Marc Lavallée wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 15, 2004 at 10:22:13PM -0500, Yves Degoyon wrote:
>>> isn't max/jmax look&feel copyrighted in any way?
>> Does IRCAM have some sort of patent on it's 3D look, like Apple for it's
>> trash can? Like jMax itself, it's probably copylefted, but it's unclear if
>> there could be legal issues with importing specific graphical features
>> from a GPL software (jMax) to a BSD software (PD).
> Actually, an update, it seems it's not GPL anymore, it's now LGPL.
> Possibly since version 4.x, not sure... I think it's since jMax/fts became
> embeddable in other software, as libfts.so ... (btw, can Pd do this?)
> Anyhow, I got permission (by email) to use the icons, from François
> Déchelle, lead developer of jMax.
> Mathieu Bouchard http://artengine.ca/matju
Please, do not use the icons in any case, i think they should look
different. I agree with guenther who wrote:
>>>>A big NO! to the icons you used, I take it as "an example - that will be
>>>>changed for the real thing" :)
>>>>I mean, there should be enough creativity potential to design our own.
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