[Openicc] colord 0.1.6 released!
graeme at argyllcms.com
Fri Apr 29 01:31:05 PDT 2011
Richard Hughes wrote:
> If they were "GPLv2 or later" I would be so happy. GPLv3 causes me
> problems as other libraries linked by gnome are GPLv2+ and this would
> make the licenses incompatible.
Changing just the files needed for instrument access to GPLv2 or later
is not a problem. I'll include a script in the next source code release
that extracts the necessary files. (Probably about a week before I'll
be able to upload it to <http://www.argyllcms.com/Argyll_dev_src.zip>)
> I think this maybe true, but there are at least 2 major animation
> studios that I know use colorimeters and spectrometers in Linux by the
I know that's true, but there seems to be a big gap between providing
particular solutions and support to a few special customers who are prepared
to pay for it, and providing a product to the general public. I know that
animation studios have the technical expertise to do a lot of the support
work themselves, and restrict themselves to a small set of environments.
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