[sword-devel] update of NA26-UBS3 module

ingo7 ingo7 at wp.pl
Mon Sep 27 16:34:39 MST 2004


N27U4 is NOT N26U3!

AFAIK distribution of N26U3 is not illegal - but I've just asked GBS
this question.
If they confirm that it's OK to distribute the module (I expect it - as
we underline that it is only for "educational or private, noncommercial
purpose") - I shall add it to links mentioned on the page

In Christ,

Wojciech Bartminski

-----Original Message-----
From: sword-devel-bounces at crosswire.org
[mailto:sword-devel-bounces at crosswire.org] On Behalf Of Troy A.
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 11:20 PM
To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] update of NA26-UBS3 module

 	We once had an unlocked N27U4 module and were specifically
by the German Bible Society permission to distribute such.  I would 
strongly discourage illegal distribution of your module and must insist 
that you discontinue posting links to it on this forum.  I don't like
fact that we don't have this module available, but we need to work
legal requirements.

 	Having said this, we DO have a Westcott-Hort Greek text with NU 
variants marked.  Most of our client software will allow you to show the

NU variants only.

 	-Troy A. Griffitts

  On Mon, 27 Sep 2004, Richard Horlings wrote:

> Hello everyone.
> For those of you who are interested, I have just made a new release of

> the Nestle-Aland 26th ed. /United Bible Societies 3rd ed. of the Greek

> New Testament text. It is not groundbreaking in any way; it simply 
> fixes the final sigmas in parentheses and changes the underscores '_' 
> to the proper symbol, the hyphen '-'.
> You can get the updated module at 
> http://sword.strona.pl/downloads/na26-ubs3.raw.zip
> http://sword.strona.pl/downloads/na26-ubs3.zip (this one is with 
> installer for windows) Thanks again to Wojciech Bartminski for hosting

> this module.
> This is an unofficial module; it is not part of the Sword project 
> itself. This begs the question: Would the Sword Project be willing to 
> have a webpage with links to third party modules like this one? It 
> would be useful for modules which Sword could not distribute, 
> including, hopefully, future commercial ones, as well as modules that 
> are not related to the purpose of Sword (e.g. Herodotus).  Just a 
> thought.
> In His service,
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