>>>> Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa(a)mcw.edu> writes:
Rodney> But, that doesn't mean people should not start synching their
Rodney> favorite Emacs lisp file does it?
I guess it is mostly a matter of belief. If you don't need to have the
GPLv3 version available in real life, before you feel motivated to
start a sync of a package, then why not do it.
The first GPLv3 version will just be a license change. So no new
functionality. This might cause practical problems for a sync because
the new code you are syncing with might depend on new features that we
don't have, yet.
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