[OSGeo-Discuss] Tales from a Benevolent Dictator
mafonso333 at gmail.com
Sun May 15 05:40:34 PDT 2016
Aha! So there is a ponderation weight on software quality evaluation AND
project organization evaluation.
So you can exclude an open source software with high quality if their
organization evaluation is low.
For me that seems wrong. A software on a public repository is only limited
by it's licence terms, or unlimited at all. :)
Em 15/05/2016 13:14, "Anita Graser" <anitagraser at gmx.at> escreveu:
> Hi Marco,
> On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 1:18 PM, Marco Afonso <mafonso333 at gmail.com>
>> Once the software (as an object) is available on a public repository, it
>> only matters it's license terms to evaluate it's restrictions. From there,
>> it is irrelevant "whos behind it".
> Here I have to strongly disagree. Imho, the job of OSGeo incubation is to
> evaluate a software project (software and organisation) therefore it makes
> no sense to limit discussions to software quality.
> Best wishes,
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