[License-discuss] The pro se license constructor

Bruce Perens bruce at perens.com
Tue Mar 19 23:43:02 UTC 2019

Having a process editor is seen as a filter for volume and looped
continuation of unresolving disputes. This is why courts have judges, isn't
it? Selecting a person who does not have a stake in the outcome and
understands the issues well enough to represent them would be a good idea.
Legal professionals fit this role well, but *not *the ones who volunteer
for OSI. They have a stake in the outcome.



On Tue, Mar 19, 2019 at 4:26 PM Luis Villa <luis at lu.is> wrote:

> My main concern with this is that for some (many?) submitters it is hard
> to tell wheat from chaff. So their summaries of the ongoing discussion are
> not likely to be particularly useful (either in the moment or later).
> That's part of why I suggest a tool with wiki-ish participation, not just
> something maintained strictly by the submitter.
> But I suppose we could also just deal with pro se summaries the same way
> we deal with pro se licenses.
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