On Sun, 2010-10-17 at 08:08 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-10-17 08:00, Gianluca Turconi a écrit :
In data 17 ottobre 2010 alle ore 13:18:38, Italo Vignoli
<firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto:
I have been "resigned" from my role as budget approver (of a community
owned budget made by donations) by an Oracle employee advocating that he
is in charge of that community budget.
So, "community" budget is now directly managed from Oracle?!
But, what the f... ops, sorry. :)
Well, it was about time to really distinguish what a community and a
corporate project are, I think.
Better late than never.
The public opinion as a whole should know about these actions too, IMO.
Just out of curiosity, re: budget money: Was the budget funds collected
and donated to the community?
If so, how could a corporation come in and take over a community and
take control of their budget?
Some member of the Community Council are Oracle employees, and they are
the ones who are doing this, not Oracle directly. It's a bit messy when
some CC members are employees and others are not.
I've been intending to check how many CC members are Oracle employees
and how many are not. Do they really have the votes to force these
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