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Re: [Fsfe-uk] Hosting for Sixth Form College student Wordpress install

From: Clive Menzies
Subject: Re: [Fsfe-uk] Hosting for Sixth Form College student Wordpress install
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 01:00:15 +0100
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On (29/09/05 00:45), Brian Teeman wrote:
> It's actualy a bit more fundamental than who was appointed to the
> Foundation. The foundation was originaly the recommendation of the developer
> community and it was decided by the Mambo Steering Commitee (MSC), comprised
> of developers and representatives of Miro, that, amongst other things,  all
> IP and copyrights in Mambo would be transferred to the Foundation on its
> establishment.
> Documents were drawn up and approved by the MSC and we, the Mambo
> Developers, were informed that an application to create the application had
> been lodged with the appropriate Australian authorities.
> However when the applciation was approved the Devleopers were informed that
> the foundation that had been created was not the one that had been approved
> and in addition Miro would not be transferring the IP and copyright.
> As a result the entire development team of Mambo felt that they were left
> with no option but to leave. The full text of their statement can be found
> here http://www.opensourcematters.org/content/view/1/1/
> If you want to know more about this you can hear Andrew Eddie speak about it
> at the LinuxWorld Expo & Conference next week

Thanks for the clarification; I now recall reading this.



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