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SubjectRe: The Linux Kernel Project Management System (INITIAL PROPOSAL)
On Mon, 27 Sep 1999, Larry McVoy wrote:

> > > Don't you think it is a little unfair to get people interested in
> > > infrastructure that you have no intention of supporting at commercial
> > > levels? What happens when you get interested in something else?
> >
> > Do you think any of us here care? Many of us are here, supporting a
> > non-commercial project, at non-commercial levels. I think you just
> > insulted most of us.
> Uh huh. Sure.

I don't usually participate in flamewars, but he's right Larry.
You just insulted most of the Open Source community, even though
you seem to be using Open Source as a bitkeeper selling point...

Besides, Open Source is the _only_ guarantee that the product
will be around in 20 years. If bitmover falls apart or gets
aquired by someone, we have no chance in hell to keep using
bitkeeper -- and that's all because of that weird licensing.

The Internet is not a network of computers. It is a network
of people. That is its real strength.
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