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Including emacs-w3m in GNU ELPA


I'd be interested in getting emacs-w3m included in GNU ELPA.
Does that sound good to you?

If yes, then the main issue will be to get the copyright paperwork
in order.  More specifically, we'd need all the people who contributed
a non-trivial patch (like more than about 20 lines of code) to sign some
copyright paperwork.  Contributions which have since been replaced by
other code do not matter.
So the first task would be to figure out who are those contributors, and
how to contact them.