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From Bruno Aranda <brunoara...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: I should have said this
Date Mon, 28 Sep 2009 09:28:02 GMT
<<
P.S. Normally, "A donated to B" -- 'B' does not be cared. The action itself
would
be majored in a sense. At least in japan. B(Apache) is now exaggerating the
brand
or something -- wrong and bad phenomena
>>

Hi Tetsuya,

With all due respect, but I think you are confusing "donations" with
"investments". Donating does not give you any power to the donnor, it is
just thanking and helping some work to be done. For instance, if you
donnated to an NGO helping the poor people in Africa (or in Sri Lanka), you
would delegate your money to the NGO and not expect to tell to the NGO what
to do. You just rely on them. On the other side, if you bought shares for a
company (which is not the case of the ASF), you would be able to have your
say, at least for the percentage of actions that you own.

About the gaming sites, in the Western world such sites normally have a bad
connotation and you normally don't want to mix something with a good name
(e.g. Apache) with that kind of gambling activities. I think that in the
Eastern world the perception of online gaming (or gaming in general) is
different and more open in a sense - not associated to corruption. That is
why people reacts so angrily with such proposals.

As for saying that the foundation is "poisoned". Well, that is a big word to
use,

Cheers,

Bruno

2009/9/28 Tetsuya Kitahata <tetsuya@apache.org>

> The only one thing I found out utterly is that the apache software
> foundation is poisoned by Jim Jagielski and there could be no
> curable way.
>
> 1. All the Sponsors who no pay should be deleted immediately from
> thanks.html
>    even though "GOOGLE", "YAHOO", "MICROSOFT".
> 2. Jim Jagielski lied to me / us because "We will make thanks.html page
> soon"
>    in the PDF which I first saw -- and for 6 months nothing happened. - 3
> years ago iirc.
>
> Anyways, board - (1) should be done first.
>
> ----
>
> Plus, those who can gather companies outside from the United States,
> go http://jakarta.jp/en
> and buy. I will take care of it and donate to apache for those companies'
> names - for sure (If they tell me so).
>
> 501(c) is for American Companies. Not Russian nor Chinese companies.
> Tax Deductive - meaningless. Although there is this fact, I donated as the
> first individual sponsor from JAPAN. http://an.to/asf
> DO YOU UNDERSTAND, MEN?
>
> Thanks
>
> Tetsuya.
>
>
> P.S. Normally, "A donated to B" -- 'B' does not be cared. The action itself
> would
> be majored in a sense. At least in japan. B(Apache) is now exaggerating the
> brand
> or something -- wrong and bad phenomena
>
>
> ----
>
> > Just one message.
> >
> > Do you think that "MONEY MONEY" person would
> > do the PERSONAL SPONSORSHIP for poor Sri Lanka
> > (Shinhala) apache committer?
> >
> > Whether Lahiru was a lier or not, I do not care. But the [TRUTH] was
> [TRUTH].
> > Please do not view all the things in prejudice.
> >
> > bb
> >
> > Tetsuya
> >
> > > Tetsuya,
> > >
> > > I have sent you a separate EMail. Please let me know if
> > > you have not rec'd it or if you don't understand it.
> > >
> > > Thx.
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
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