Its not looking like Mozilla is going to give me permission to distribute Firefox as John Haller predicted. This brings up the question, would anyone want to download something called "The Kitchen Sink" that's missing Firefox? Additionally, as I make my way through programs and come up with a license list, I'm finding that non-redistribution licenses are gradually chipping away at included programs. This is attacking the basic point of the project. a tested, single-source, everything-in-one-place freeware tool.
By this rationale, it looks like either my self-updating idea is going to happen or this project is going to hit too big of a snag to continue.
[This project has been discontinued due to license compliance issues. Thanks everyone who assisted with your ideas and feedback.]
- What is this? - this was a project dedicated to building an up-to-date collection of great, free portable software for easy installation and use.
- What's in it? - list of included freeware
- v. 1.3 beta - note that this release is over a year old and contains very out-of-date software. I haven't worked out how to solve licensing issues. Download