Nick Hanson Posted October 21, 2006 Share Posted October 21, 2006 Rick, First let me say this is just a general inquiry not a statement of intent. That said since v3.0 no longer supports Win2k and never fully supported it (printing/scanning) and I assume the 2.x series will no longer be developed what are your feelings on having your project forked? More specifically: The idea would be to take the source for the last 2.x version and use that as the basis for a project. The main goal of the project would be to continue supporting Win2k, expand that support to possibly include printing/scanning, and potentially even try to rework some things to make a mono version easier to develop in the future. This fork would of course not continue to be called Paint.Net but you and the other Paint.Net developers would be credited as appropriate. Also it would be made clear that Paint.Net did form the basis of the project. I believe this is all allowable by the licensing but I'm looking for both clarification on that as well as a personal statement on your opinion of this. If this were to happen, and it is far from certain that it would, I would only want it to do so with your approval even if it is not strictly required by the license. Again, just testing the waters not a statement of intent. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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