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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Simon Phipps tagged GNOME

Excellent choice by Gnome here - Karen is extremely capable and understands the nuances of FOSS politics acutely, which is sadly a skill that's increasingly necessary. Having an experienced lawyer as ED will bring a new dimension to the dynamics of the project.

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Hard to believe how badly Canonical have allowed this situation to become in their pursuit of so little money. Is it just me imagining it or have Canonical made a series of surprisingly tone-deaf community moves recently?

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Simple but good comments about the role of community management.

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Tempting though it is, I'm too committed to ForgeRock to do this at the moment, so one of you will have to do it :-)

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Stormy has served GNOME well, but she's leaving them for Mozilla where she's going to be doing developer marketing by the looks of things.

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Dave Neary's compromise proposal. Given it requires Canonical to give up copyright aggregation on code they clearly want to control at all costs, I doubt it will fly, but it's interesting to see someone making a proposal instead of delivering spin.

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While I have no problem at all with Canonical innovating, I fear that part of their motivation in developing in isolation from the GNOME community is becuase otherwise they would be unable to maintain ownership of the resulting code - presumably this is one of the drivers for them initiating Project Harmony. So I'm interested in Dave's analysis that suggests they may have failed to learn the lessons of history from other before them who have tried the same thing.

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A complete browser-based collaborative meeting system, all built from open source components. I'm in the process of downloading and building it for my test server, but the demo makes it look ideal for community meetings like the GNOME Board, OpenSolaris Governing Board and OSI Board, all of which I've participated in and which have struggled to find a solution that is both free software and one-click-easy. This looks like it's both.

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I hope there is more to this than there appears. I'll try to investigate.

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Very interesting overview of the story of Mono and Miguel's role in it. If you've not been following that story all along, it's an especially useful summary and briefing. Note also the GNOME acronym expansion.

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