Governance and responsibility
Rodent of Unusual Size
Ken.Coar at Golux.Com
Mon Sep 26 23:04:09 UTC 2005
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James McGovern wrote:
> If they are not conducting daily briefings with the likes of the Gartner
> Group on high quality open source software that isn't supported by
> commercial endevors then bad information will go out the door.
Yikes! A) Daily briefings by volunteers? B) Gartner and such
would participate in daily briefings on stuff they consider marginal?
Less coverage != bad coverage, any more than more == good.
> I would love
> to see projects such as Drools, Liferay and others be covered by the analyst
Are you volunteering to help? Maybe that would be an interesting
aspect of community involvement: different projects having
input through a OSI-sponsored (or whomever) PR clearinghouse.
And not one for censoring, either; clearinghouse as in a
common point of contact for the analysts. (Wrong word, but
I'm in haste..)
Ken Coar, Sanagendamgagwedweinini http://Ken.Coar.Org/
Author, developer, opinionist http://Apache-Server.Com/
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