Remove my name from the AUTHORS file.
The information in there is wrong (as you know - what you wrote is not correct) and the email address in there is also wrong (as you have known for a long time)
If there is wrong information, give me a correction for it.
Removing your name would certainly be wrong.
Look here you fucking retard.
You know it is wrong since the commits that you look at in cgminer firstly included a change of email address long ago that you ignored and also you know what code I wrote but changed the AUTHORS to ignore most of that.
When you made a hostile forked cgminer (that one of the first things in the fork was to remove Con's donation address and replace it with your donation address) you had a pittance of code in there (even less than me) and even your excuse for claiming that you are the master fork is based on a commit of a few hundred lines that were mostly copied from Con's code, it was simply an idea to use a structure of functions to call the necessary mining functions rather than have them hard coded as they were in the GPU code you copied, and a driver that even showed you didn't understand some of the code you copied.
Yes I know you like playing god in your little thread where you can lie as you like and pretend that you are some incompetent moron who doesn't even know he's lying, but the fact is you know both of these things about AUTHORS file.
I demand my name be removed from that file - and since it is my name I certainly have the right to.
P.S. yes this will be posted on the forum.
I see that cgminer is in GPLv3 sohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_General_Public_License
anyone can take the code change it and use it as he like s and return the change code to the owner. I dont see that Luke do something wrong with the code. If you dont want this you can change the GPL to something elsehttp://www.gnu.org/licenses/quick-guide-gplv3.html
the freedom to use the software for any purpose,
the freedom to change the software to suit your needs,
the freedom to share the software with your friends and neighbors, and
the freedom to share the changes you make.
and something else if you feel that luke violated cgminer code
Under GPLv2, if you violated the license in any way, your rights were automatically and permanently lost. The only way to get them back was to petition the copyright holder. While a strong defense against violations is valuable, this policy could cause a lot of headache when someone accidentally ran afoul of the rules. Asking all the copyright holders for a formal restoration of the license could be burdensome and costly: a typical GNU/Linux distribution draws upon the work of thousands.
GPLv3 offers a reprieve for good behavior: if you violate the license, you'll get your rights back once you stop the violation, unless a copyright holder contacts you within 60 days. After you receive such a notice, you can have your rights fully restored if you're a first-time violator and correct the violation within 30 days. Otherwise, you can work out the issue on a case-by-case basis with the copyright holders who contacted you, and your rights will be restored afterward.
Compliance with the GPL has always been the top priority of the FSF Compliance Lab and other groups enforcing the license worldwide. These changes ensure that compliance remains the top priority for enforcers, and gives violators incentive to comply.
i like also to thank you for the great code that you have made you and conman and i dont think is good for the mining community all of this fight