[OSGeo-Discuss] Hacking OSGeo
Bart van den Eijnden
bartvde at osgis.nl
Wed Sep 17 01:29:32 PDT 2014
some of the discussions started on the conference e-mail list a while back (http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/conference_dev/) but only recently this discussion moved to the discuss list. That might explain some of the confusion.
I don’t think there is any information which is not out in the open as yet.
Andrew is best to comment on your other question, but I personally was mostly interested to see how conference organising could benefit from LocationTech’s offer to help.
No board decision has happened as yet. Normally after discussion settles in the community, the board might vote on specific motions that are brought to the table, but this step of the process has not yet been reached.
Hope this clarifies a bit, and sorry for the unsettling irritation all this has caused.
On 17 Sep 2014, at 10:21, Jürgen E. Fischer <jef at norbit.de> wrote:
> Hi Bart,
> On Wed, 17. Sep 2014 at 09:49:51 +0200, Bart van den Eijnden wrote:
>> can you please at least give the board a chance to form an opinion on this?
>> If it ever gets to the point that a motion is on the table and you have not
>> been persuaded, you can always vote -1.
> Did an essential piece of information not get into the open yet, did I merely
> miss it or just missed to see it's importance?
> Is it "just" the FOSS4G event organisation that LocationTech apparently wants
> to help (more?) with or is there more?
> What pending board decision is causing all this (rather unsettling) irritation?
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