[License-discuss] FYI, opensource.dev released
Tzeng, Nigel H.
Nigel.Tzeng at jhuapl.edu
Fri Jan 11 17:51:44 UTC 2019
As an Eclipse user I don't really care if there are any other projects...it's a large ecosystem by itself and there is strong community support for it.
And cathedral is every bit as valid a development style as bazaar for open source.
On 1/10/19, 10:27 AM, "License-discuss on behalf of Thorsten Glaser" <license-discuss-bounces at lists.opensource.org on behalf of tg at mirbsd.de> wrote:
Mike Milinkovich dixit:
> On 2019-01-09 5:16 p.m., John Cowan wrote:
>> Foundation.B Wikipedia lists only four beyond the four you mentioned: ksh,
>> graphviz, Jikes, and UWIN.
And ksh and UWIN come from (well originally, ksh93 was forked)
the same source tree.
> But until or unless the OSI changes its criteria, I will continue to assert
> that the EPL is supported by a strong community.
The EPL is supported by a strong foundation (centralised)
but has virtually no support from the community (bazaar,
individual non-Eclipse-affiliated developers using it).
“The final straw, to be honest, was probably my amazement at the volume of
petty, peevish whingeing certain of your peers are prone to dish out on
d-devel, telling each other how to talk more like a pretty princess, as though
they were performing some kind of public service.” (someone to me, privately)
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