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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Oracle contributes OOo Code to Apache Software Foundation's Incubator


Le 02/06/2011 13:13, Michael Münch a écrit :
Am Donnerstag, den 02.06.2011, 03:14 -0700 schrieb plino:
Another interesting article (especially the comments on the post and the
answers by Rob Weir)

http://www.robweir.com/blog/2011/06/apache-openoffice.html

The most interesting part is probably this (comment 19):

"The fact that there are no public reports of our private meeting and
private email conversations with TDF Steering Committee members means
absolutely nothing.
[...]

It seems to me that TDF did not had to make a decision. The need of a
decision was on the Oracle side since their announce on the 2011-04-14.

It is very naive (or maybe bad faith) to believe that negotiations can
be made in public as suggested by Rob Weir, when some partners of the
discussion do not want a public discussion. If Oracle and IBM had
intended that the discussions are public, I am sure they would have
informed the community about this.

Best regards
JBF
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