rapskat wrote:It's not a security issue, but on 7/27/04 (right here on cola), I asked the
> You all probably know about the zlib vulnerability that was recently
> discovered (again). Well, the maintainers have yet to release an
> "official" fix for this, so does that mean that we all must be vulnerable
> and exposed with this very common library?
> Nope. This is Open Source, remember? Distros have fixed and released
> Think about it, if this were a vulnerability in Windows
Gnumeric maintainer himself to fix Gnumeric so it selects the range to be
summed when you click the sigma icon.
Six months later - as of mid-Jan 2005 - in the stable version 1.4.2 series:
Linux: we're too busy developing.
Speaking of which:
developing, developing, developing
> But, because this is Open Source Software, anyone can developIt's really not that exciting. Seriously.
> and release a patch for any problem, even before the developers do
> Man, OSS Rocks!
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