Subject: RE: Governance and responsibility
From: "James McGovern" <james@architectbook.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 17:44:15 -0400

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. I would love
to see projects such as Drools, Liferay and others be covered by the analyst
space.

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From: Rodent of Unusual Size [mailto:Ken.Coar@Golux.Com]
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 3:32 PM
To: board@opensource.org
Cc: license-discuss@opensource.org
Subject: Re: Governance and responsibility


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James McGovern wrote:
>
> If the OSI allows bad / incomplete information to perpetuate in the
industry
> analyst community, why should we trust them? Can someone from the OSI take
> analyst briefings seriously and make this their action item

If you think it's possible to *keep* bad/incomplete information
from perpetuating, I'd sure like to know how.  One of the
glories and the hells of the Web is the Java-esque, "Once said,
always remembered" concept.
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