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From Matthew Peters <matthew_pet...@uk.ibm.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Community is more important than code
Date Mon, 03 Mar 2008 14:51:10 GMT
I too am puzzled by the question. They are both important. What would be a 
scenario in which one would have to choose?

Matthew



Simon Nash <nash@apache.org> 
03/03/2008 13:13
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ant elder wrote:
> After all this time in incubation we've all learnt to understand this 
but I
> think it may be useful reaffirm it now with a vote. So please all vote 
to
> show you understand and agree with the long standing Apache motto that
> "community is more important than code".
> 
> +1 from me.
> 
>    ...ant
> 
This seems a strange vote as it's not clear what action is implied by
voting "Yes", or what a "No" vote would mean.  Is it possible to
clarify the purpose of this vote or provide a little more background?

   Simon


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