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Posted Apr 8, 2011 17:25 UTC (Fri) by spaetz (subscriber, #32870)
Thanks for that information. Browsing the website, I only see, a "community-centered group .. launched ... by .. General Counsel for Canonical .. represent a diverse collection of perspectives, experiences, communities, projects, non-profit and for-profit entities."
However, nowwhere is to be seen *who* is involved in this besides this one name. I see Simon Phipps with one mail on the only mailing list archive that I could find. That would be information that would be good to add. :-)
Posted Apr 8, 2011 18:40 UTC (Fri) by jspaleta (subscriber, #50639)
I cannot even quote any individual from the private discussions in an outside communication channel. And without the ability to quote individuals it is exceedingly hard to make the argument as to who is leading or even supporting this initiative. I caution you to not make assumptions that are not supported by the public record on the matter.
Until the final documents are made available and individuals and organizations have the ability to publicly comment on whether or not they support the final documents, do not assume that any particular organization is going to champion use of these documents.
Posted Apr 8, 2011 18:50 UTC (Fri) by mjw (subscriber, #16740)
> We will continue to attend Project Harmony meetings and encourage them to do the right thing. Please don't mistake that attendance for an endorsement.
Posted Apr 8, 2011 19:18 UTC (Fri) by jspaleta (subscriber, #50639)
Posted Apr 8, 2011 19:05 UTC (Fri) by spaetz (subscriber, #32870)
At the very least people shouldn't be surprised to assume this is a Ubuntu CA legitimization attempt as that is the only person and company name mentioned.
But whatever. Peace and Harmony to all
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