[ciphershed] Re: Introduction - Jason Pyeron

  • From: "Alain Forget" <aforget@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <ciphershed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2014 09:51:31 -0400

Welcome, and I agree that the mailing list is the main channel, especially 
since it's asynchronous and publicly archived, so everyone can see it and 

I've also noticed below your sig, it reads, "This message is copyright PD Inc, 
subject to license 20080407P00." Since this project and I think all its output 
(including the mailing list archives) are intended to be free (and specifically 
not copyright), does that kind of blanket e-mail copyright statement run 
counter to our goals?

Furthermore, since I don't explicitly copyright my e-mails, it seems that 
because you do, then statements I've said in a previous e-mail message are now 
being copyrighted by you in their reply. I'm not terribly comfortable with 
that, and I hope I'm misunderstanding how that copyright statement works. Could 
you please clarify?


-----Original Message-----
From: ciphershed-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ciphershed-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
On Behalf Of Stephen R Guglielmo
Sent: Sunday, June 15, 2014 00:54
To: ciphershed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [ciphershed] Re: Introduction - Jason Pyeron

On Sat, Jun 14, 2014 at 10:14 PM, Jason Pyeron <jpyeron@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: PID0
>> Sent: Saturday, June 14, 2014 17:43
>> Welcome, it sounds like you have a lot of valuable experience, I'd
>> certainly encourage you to take a look at the git repo we have and get
> In progress. Once our VC++ 1.52c disk arrives, we will make an automated build
> going in a VM. When done I will make a pull request for the automation glue.
>> stuck in! We have an IRC channel too which helps as we're spread out
> Thanks, I might lurk there, but honestly I have not used IRC much in the last
> twenty years. On the otherhand I now have this list forwarded to my mobile 
> too.

Welcome Jason! It's great to see more and more professionals getting involved.

I idle on IRC myself, but it's mostly for general chatting. I consider
the mailing list to be the main method of communication.

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