> Regarding Re: Release plans; "Stephen J. Turnbull"
Uwe Brauer writes:
> So I am confused now. Do you mean the new release would be
> fully GPLv3 compliant or not?
Within a short time I will release the last beta in the 21.5 series
under GPLv2+ licensing. After that, all 21.5 and later versions will
be under GPLv3+.
> What's about 21.4 then?
21.4 will remain under GPLv2+. That means you cannot *distribute*
GPLv3+ packages with it as a system.
Well as I see it, then at least (K)ubuntu, Debian which release for
the moment 21.4 as the standard Xemacs version, have to
change to 21.5. Do you think 21.5 is stable enough for mainstream?
BTW much more important: did the xsymbol-patch, you sent me
some time ago, enter into 21.5. It is a very important patch
 I don't know about other Linux distributions.
 I asked years ago whether Debian would consider to
release 21.5 in there unstable branch, but they refused.
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