about those new lists . . .
Pius A. Uzamere II
pius at alum.mit.edu
Sun Jan 28 22:27:02 CET 2007
Thanks, that announcement had gotten drowned out by all of the history
lessons on the BSD license. :)
Now if we can just get the openmoko-freedom list . . .
On 1/28/07, Corey <corey at bitworthy.net> wrote:
> On Saturday 27 January 2007 14:04, Pius A. Uzamere II wrote:
> > So, Sean, can you create some sublists now? (e.g. openmoko-dev,
> > openmoko-freedom) People have floated the idea quite a bit, but this
> > a float . . . this is a direct request from a relatively new member of
> > community.
> > While I do believe that the issues of freedom and licensing are germane
> > the community, I'm truly concerned that we're getting to a point where
> > people who should be working together to make this project one of the
> > greatest achievements in open source history are instead alienating
> > contributors with inane bickering.
> > All due respect to the people who've been arguing these (seriously) very
> > important issues, but do you really think that a 3-5 e-mail rebuttal
> > sequence about the respective creation dates of the BSD and GNU licenses
> > helping the community? Even if you do, surely you'd agree that it'd be
> > useful to take such detailed discussions about licensing to some other
> > non-general area.
> > Anyway, PLEASE let's create some sublists so that we don't screw up
> > something with the potential to make a real impact.
> > Here's hoping someone's listening,
> > Pius
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