Subject: Re: update on attribution license discussion
From: "Ross Mayfield" <ross.mayfield@socialtext.com>
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 19:05:58 -0800
Sat, 24 Feb 2007 19:05:58 -0800
Pardon the delay, we've been working on it while business is wonderfully
busy, and we will submit a license in the next 1-2 weeks to meet this
process.

Ross

On 2/1/07, Michael Tiemann <tiemann@opensource.org> wrote:
>
> As you may know, the initial license submitted by SocialText for review
> by the license-discuss committee has been withdrawn for revision.  The
> OSI board held a meeting this morning to discuss, among other things,
> the state of the attribution discussion, and two things are clear:
>
> 1.  The license-discuss members are as engaged as ever, and have shown
> great initiative by organizing the arguments that reflect their
> position.  I'd like to say thank you for those who have participated in
> that exercise.  (And to say "stay tuned" as we await whatever new
> license comes next.)
>
> 2.  We don't know precisely when we will see new text, so the deadline
> that I set for making a decision must be reset.  I believe that if we do
> see new text in the next 1-2 weeks, it will likely take 1-2 weeks to
> revise/update the various positions to relate to the new text, which
> means that the OSI board might--might--be able to render a decision
> based on the recommendation of the license review committee in March.
> The OSI board re-commits to being responsive to this issue, both in
> terms of hearing all arguments and acting in a timely and responsible
> fashion.  There are some really important issues wrapped up in these
> discussions, and we want to render a decision that is both correct and
> empowering.
>
> M
>
>


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Pardon the delay, we've been working on it while business is wonderfully busy, and we will submit a license in the next 1-2 weeks to meet this process.

Ross

On 2/1/07, Michael Tiemann <tiemann@opensource.org> wrote:
As you may know, the initial license submitted by SocialText for review
by the license-discuss committee has been withdrawn for revision.  The
OSI board held a meeting this morning to discuss, among other things,
the state of the attribution discussion, and two things are clear:

1.  The license-discuss members are as engaged as ever, and have shown
great initiative by organizing the arguments that reflect their
position.  I'd like to say thank you for those who have participated in
that exercise.  (And to say "stay tuned" as we await whatever new
license comes next.)

2.  We don't know precisely when we will see new text, so the deadline
that I set for making a decision must be reset.  I believe that if we do
see new text in the next 1-2 weeks, it will likely take 1-2 weeks to
revise/update the various positions to relate to the new text, which
means that the OSI board might--might--be able to render a decision
based on the recommendation of the license review committee in March.
The OSI board re-commits to being responsive to this issue, both in
terms of hearing all arguments and acting in a timely and responsible
fashion.  There are some really important issues wrapped up in these
discussions, and we want to render a decision that is both correct and
empowering.

M




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--
Ross Mayfield
CEO
Socialtext, Inc.
ross.mayfield@socialtext.com
aim:rossdmayfield
skype:rossmayfield
t. +1-650-323-0800
f. +1-650-323-0801
company: http://www.socialtext.com
weblog: http://ross.typepad.com
many-to-many: http://www.corante.com/many
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