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Hi Paolo,

let's stay focused -

Paolo Vecchi wrote:
  Do you have concrete suggestions on changing the actual

Well, yes. That's what the rest of the email you replied to was about.

Can I see the adjustments/changes to the proposal then please?

I'm not even suggesting that each individual proposing a project should sign
it, only when the project is being proposed by or it becomes controlled
mostly by a single company.

That then seems entirely unrelated to a putative attic process?

Another example could be LOWA (LibreOffice WebAssembly), which is a
promising project developed mostly by Allotropia AFAIK.

That's why months ago I've asked you to lead by example by officially
present the project to TDF in a couple of pages stating the objectives and
what TDF could expect to deliver to the community while Allotropia pursues,
rightly, its commercial interests. If you followed up we would have had
already a document on which to base the agreement we need to welcome other

Let's discuss that else-thread please. Again, new projects are a
different area entirely. And as one of the people funding LOWA, I find
it irritating that my contributions are met with demands, instead of
gratitude. I've not yet asked TDF anything in return.

Meanwhile, I'd be most happy if people interested in LOWA would come &
join our FOSDEM talk about it:


-- Thorsten

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