[cgl_discussion] CGL and DCL trees
imad.sousou at intel.com
Wed Dec 11 14:36:40 PST 2002
the problem is trying to re-define what open source is; and creating
parallel ways of doing things for open source development doesn't exactly
help us. I agree with you on the "arrogance" comment... especially around
comments like "We can do whatever we want"...
anyway, this discussion is raising my blood pressure... so i'm signing off
From: Patrick Mochel [mailto:mochel at osdl.org]
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2002 2:00 PM
To: Sousou, Imad
Cc: Skip Ford; Timothy D. Witham; Mika Kukkonen; cgl_discussion at osdl.org
Subject: RE: [cgl_discussion] CGL and DCL trees
On Wed, 11 Dec 2002, Sousou, Imad wrote:
> silly, hmmmm... so its ok for me to go out and call sonething "OSDL
> CGL Kernel Tree" ?
Sure, I don't care. You can come up with whatever dorky names for kernel
trees you want.
I have no idea what you would do with such a tree, or what you are trying
to prove with such a statement. You would only convolute your own intent
with something probably completely unrelated.
Look, I'm not directly involved in the working groups, and I've been a big
pundit of them all along, even when you yourself were the biggest
proponent of CGL. But, I understand that they are trying to do good in a
certain space, and by having these endless arrogant arguments about
semantic issues is counter-productive to the entire effort and everyone's
goals, personal or corporate.
Let someone make a decision and go with it. You will never get anywhere
unless you have a little faith in peers on this project.
In other words: Drop it. End of story.
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