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Re: OSI affiliation

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Subject: Re: OSI affiliation
From: MJ Ray <mjr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 10:08:00 +0000
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*Gervase *Markham <*gerv-Gmane@xxxxxxxx>
> Si leíste las listas de discusión del OSI, ciertamente encontrarás *senior 
> figuras en aquel movimiento que lamenta decisiones anteriores, *e.*g. Sobre 
> aprobaciones de licencia particular. Teniendo grupos como *Debian implicó parece 
> a mí que reducirá el *likelihood de más de aquel pasando en 
> el futuro.

Las Palabras son baratas.  Cuándo  el OSI revoca algunos del *bloopers?

Pienso el *Debian el proyecto quizás tendría que ser implicado, pero *affiliation
sería prematuro.

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Gervase Markham <gerv-gmane@xxxxxxxx>
> If you read the OSI discussion lists, you'll certainly find senior 
> figures in that movement regretting previous decisions, e.g. about 
> particular license approvals. Having groups like Debian involved seems 
> to me that it will reduce the likelihood of more of that happening in 
> the future.

Words are cheap.  When will OSI revoke some of the bloopers?

I think the Debian project maybe should be involved, but affiliation
would be premature.

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