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From usman bashir <grip...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Proposal of Harmony paper in OSS Conference
Date Fri, 08 Jul 2005 09:24:23 GMT
thnx leo!
 yeah i am not going to represent there as an official, just a community 
worker and sure as soon as i complete my proposal and presentation i will 
put over archive to review for all of you. so that it may help not only me 
to rectify mistakes but also can be base for some other presentation for any 
one.

 On 7/8/05, Leo Simons <mail@leosimons.com> wrote: 
> 
> usman bashir wrote:
> > hi!
> 
> Hi!
> 
> > i just want to get a permission from the community to put up a paper 
> about
> > the harmony creation, development and its goals for future in a 
> conference
> > about "OSS and their future" held in Pakistan.so i just want to ask that 
> if
> > i could put up it from harmony, if yes i will post the document to you
> > people and you can also review it as well.
> > Acutally this conference is being held to review and push the people 
> here
> > to look for OSS and i want to add up some thing from harmony.so i am 
> just
> > asking a permission of you people.
> 
> Great! You should feel more than free to talk about harmony at a
> conference (and the same holds for anyone :-)), and I do suggest you get
> some community review since lots of people no doubt have some suggestions.
> 
> Unfortunately, you cannot state you're "representing" "Apache Harmony"
> or "Apache", since well, you're not. The situation would be different if
> you would be part of some "official" part of Apache, like if you were an
> officer or a PMC member. You really wouldn't want to state something
> like that, evil companies might sue you instead of the ASF :-)
> 
> But I just wouldn't worry about that too much. As you're probably going
> to spend some time explaining it all, you can explain you're a part of
> the apache harmony community and that you're going to (my assumption
> here) help drive the project forward as a developer.
> 
> hope that clarifies it a bit,
> 
> cheers,
> 
> Leo
> 



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Usman Bashir
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