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Bug#367347: marked as forwarded (Missing attribution for cow files)

Subject: Bug#367347: marked as forwarded Missing attribution for cow files
From: Debian Bug Tracking System
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 03:19:31 -0700
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has caused the Debian Bug report #367347,
regarding Missing attribution for cow files
to be marked as having been forwarded to the upstream software
author(s) Tony Monroe <[email protected]>.

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Subject: Missing attribution in some of the cow files from cowsay?
From: Florian Ernst
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 11:49:56 +0200
Hello Tony,

say, do you perhaps have some insight about possibly missing
attributions for individual cow files in cowsay as mentioned in the
Debian Bugreport #367347 (<http://bugs.debian.org/367347>)?
Did you strip any authorship notices from any of the files?

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Subject: Bug#367310: cowsay: gnu.cow and suse.cow
From: Gerfried Fuchs
Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 18:34:47 -0500
Package: cowsay
Version: 3.03-8
Severity: wishlist
Tags: patch


 Please find attached two cows I did myself. I guess they would make a
nice addition, and I'm looking forward to incorporate them.

 When taking a look at the other files, I found one that is clearly
missing its attribution: kitty.cow has a stripped of fl which stands for
Felix Lee, the original artist. It would be nice to re-establish the
attribution and/or at least note it in the comment part of the file. I
guess other files may have the same problems. I guess posting them to
alt.ascii-art and asking if someone knows who the original artist was
(and if some attribution tag was removed from the picture) would be a
sensible way to go for them.

 So long,
<Y_Plentyn> hmhm... hier ist bestimmt niemand, dem die begriffe RED und ns im
            kontext netzwerke was sagen, oder?
<Gem`Xevy> Y_Plentyn: rot kennt jeder, und ueber NS redet man nicht mehr...
                    -- #debian.de

Attachment: gnu.cow
Description: Text document

Attachment: suse.cow
Description: Text document

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