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From Ian Kluft <ikl...@cisco.com>
Subject Apache 2.0 impasse
Date Tue, 03 Feb 1998 04:20:46 GMT
Ahem... the Apache Group has been arguing about how to do Apache 2.0 for
over a year and a half (that I've been watching.)  Isn't it about time to
come to terms with your inability to reach a consensus?

In the way that Apache has grown, even though you're not an incorporated
organization, the official Apache Group members have a role in this decision
equivalent to a board of directors.  (In case you hadn't noticed, you have
become the leaders of an international volunteer organization.)  In any
organization, not all decisions can be made by consensus.  Since there are
no executive privileges in this organization, the conflict must be resolved
by a majority vote in order to get past it.

Seriously, YOU NEED TO GET PAST THIS.  The discussion has been done over and
over and over.  The arguments haven't changed though some participants have
come and gone from each side.  Further discussion won't help you reach a
conclusion.  It's time to decide that you're at an impasse and a majority
vote of voting members will settle the issue.
-- 
Ian Kluft  KO6YQ PP-ASEL                                  Cisco Systems, Inc.
ikluft@cisco.com (work)  ikluft@thunder.sbay.org (home)          San Jose, CA

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