En réponse à Erik Jakowatz <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: > > Somebody managed to make the source available on another beshare > server, > so it's entirely possible this report is true. Never said that wasn't true. Just that this wasn't the place for trolling, there's BeShare, IRC and web forums for that :^) Btw I don't know if it is, but I know it's possible, I saw more incredible things on BeShare recently, so... > <lecture, in no way aimed at François> > Trolling is neither here nor there in my book, but I do think it needs > to be made clear that OpenBeOS wants in no way to be associated with > any > illegally leaked BeOS source code -- which is to say *ANY* BeOS source > code which is not publicly handed to us on a silver platter by Be > Inc., > Palm Inc., or a legal licensee of the source. Having access to that > code could potentially be very damaging to the project, not to mention > a > legal nightmare. > > I understand that those individuals making the source available > probably > think they're doing everybody a favor, and I (for one) appreciate the > supportive sentiment behind it -- thank you. Now please kindly *stop*. > > If anyone wants to continue dealing with this stuff, *do it > elsewhere*. > </lecture> There I should agree, and everyone should. I suggest everyone who has this stuff to either delete it, or if they are sentimental, to put it into a vault and swallow the key. I imagine it's frustrating to have all this, and not being able to do anything with. Personnally I'm dying to see some parts I always wondered how it was, and I don't know what I would do if I had it, but I hope those who got this are wise enough not to missuse it, BeOS' sake depends on that. François.