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From "George I Matkovits" <matkovi...@uswest.net>
Subject Re: License
Date Mon, 12 Feb 2001 05:24:20 GMT
No collusion, I vouch for that. (-:
Regards - George
p.s. Most of  Tomcat was done by Sun-ers. IMHO without IBM (+ Sanjiva) and Sun
these Apache products would not exist as of now. When is IBM going to start a
WSDL project since it has oss-ed UDDI4J already?

Matthew Duftler wrote:

> I removed the IBM references from the license files in the xml-soap CVS
> tree.
>
> >> Most people (those who do not like it :-) even now call
> >> it IBM Soap.
> >
> >I see signs that this is changing (albeit slowly).  But I remain
>
> It took a bit of time for folks to stop referring to SOAP (the spec) as
> Microsoft's SOAP, also.
>
> >At least nobody
> >who bothers to read these mailing lists can accuse us of "collusion".
>
> Not after reading your "Research Prototype" comments, anyway. One more of
> those, and I'll spill another bottle of Cranberry juice on your jeans.
>
> Thanks,
> -Matt
>
> Sam Ruby/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS on 02/12/2001 03:26:29 AM
>
> Please respond to axis-dev@xml.apache.org
>
> To:   axis-dev@xml.apache.org
> cc:
> Subject:  Re: License
>
> George I Matkovits wrote:
> >
> > IMHO managers & marketers go for credit, developers  are
> > for community building :-). It is the same everywhere, not
> > just at IBM.
>
> Individual credit is an important motivator in the open source community.
>
> > Most people (those who do not like it :-) even now call
> > it IBM Soap.
>
> I see signs that this is changing (albeit slowly).  But I remain
> uncomfortable with the percentage of IBMers involved here.  At least nobody
> who bothers to read these mailing lists can accuse us of "collusion".  ;-)
>
> - Sam Ruby


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