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> @IvenBach Is this still WIP as the label suggests or can we merge this?
 
12:26 AM
> I think WIP can be removed. I need to review it this weekend to remember what I did to be certain.
 
 
 
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2:12 AM
@Duga 1,100!
 
 
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12:32 PM
> I've been seeing an increasing number of posts about how accepting GPL terms in an installer doesn't make much sense; it tells end users that the software is provided as-is, and that they can get the source code if they want: it doesn't entail anything requiring accepting license terms until you fork the project and work with /modify the source code.

https://opensource.stackexchange.com/q/2865/575

Section 9 is rather explicit:

> Acceptance Not Required for Having Copies.

GPL is "ac
 
12:59 PM
huh...cool
something about changing "I Accept" to "OK"
 
1:14 PM
Yeah =)
 
 
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2:47 PM
hi @Reinderien!
 
3:05 PM
Hello! I have no idea what a rubberduck is in this context
"COM add-in for the VBA IDE (VBE)"
soooo I know nothing about it.
 
3:20 PM
@Reinderien you know the "macro editor" in Excel? That's the VBE =)
 
there be dragons :-|
 
Basically the VBA IDE hasn't seen an update since 1998, Rubberduck fixes that =)
(think of it as ReSharper for VBA)
 
3:45 PM
@Reinderien mostly ducks as this pond. Welcome.
 
 
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6:14 PM
Thanks again for the suggestion to read the guidelines book Mug. It confirms several design decisions; that I’m on a correct path.
 
 
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9:10 PM
@IvenBach :+1: good stuff!
 
 
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