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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Dave Shields tagged open-source-governance

Another insightful post on the difficulties of building a community and open-source governance by LWN's Jon Corbet.

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Zdnet's Dand Blankenhorn and Paula Rooney linked to one of my "Yogi Yarns" posts on forking in this blog post. Thanks.

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This is a *very* insightful post on the problems of building and maintaining an open-source community, in this case that of the Gentoo Linux distribution. One hopes that those in a position to bring Gentoo back on track , the Genoo developers, read this p

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Gentoo project management in trouble. Let's hope the community accepts Daniel's gracious offer.

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On requiring engagement with the wider community. I disagree. Your only obligation is to meet the terms of the license. Going beyond that is a voluntary choice, not a requirement.

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Don't worry. Just a scary word in a headline to attract readers. I got fooled, so don' t bother. The kernel folks sort these things out, taking as much time as is needed to do so.

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I subscribe to LJ, though I didn't notice the ad that caused some much offense. I'll re-read the August issue to see what the fuss is about.

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Too bad SCO didn't have a "core team" competent in open-source. Not having one has led to their ruin.

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Best way to reuse an old computer? Cut through the roadblocks, get one, put Ubuntu on it, and then give it to a local non-profit or school after you show them how to use it.

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