I heartily encourage people to create packages to make it easier for less
computer-savvy people to use Frotz. However, I do have a few rules on
1. Email me if you wish to put Unix Frotz into something like a .deb,
.rpm, Slackware package, the NetBSD pkgsrc tree, FreeBSD's ports
tree, or anything like that. When you do so I can note that on the
Unix Frotz webpage at http://www.cs.csubak.edu/~dgriffi/proj/frotz.
2. DO NOT have auto-install programs or scripts grab files from that
page. The Interactive Fiction Archive at http://www.ifarchive.org
has mirrors around the world for that sort of thing.
3. If you distribute a patched version, SEND ME THE PATCHES. If you
don't tell me what bugs you've found and fixed, I can't very well fix
those bugs in the main codebase for all the other users of Frotz.
Patches that simply change around options in the Makefile obviously