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From Jochen Wiedmann <...@ispsoft.de>
Subject Re: Why solve a problem that doesn't exist?
Date Fri, 08 Aug 2003 02:29:27 GMT

Just as a side note, commenting my own mail:

> On Thursday, Aug 7, 2003, at 08:17 Europe/Rome, Jochen Wiedmann wrote:

> > Right,
> > there might be reasons for doing so, but the typical behaviour between
> > various open source projects should be different, say friendly
> > competing.

Reading the happenings on jboss-dev and jboss-user, I personally understand
now that it is hard to handle JBoss in that way. I still believe, however,
that there may also be others sharing my initial feelings. Thus I would
suggest to drop a note somewhere. In particular the immediate removal of
CVS access for the Jetty developers is worth noting.


> > And, very important, followed by a "We are still interested in 
> > discussions
> > and open for exchange of ideas and possibly even sources, if license 
> > and
> > copyright allows." What good does it, to close the doors?

I am happy to say that Brian Behlendorf's reply to Marc Fleury is
definitely what I wished here. I suggest to add this to the FAQ,
at least the words on "we are still open".


Jochen



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