[linux-elitists] Re: OSI and non-OSD tools
Tue Mar 19 23:26:24 PST 2002
Aaron T Porter writes:
> OSI Directors,
> While reading mail to the license-discuss list recently, I noticed
> that the list is running on EZMLM and Qmail, neither of which meets the
Dan's software is close enough to being compliant with the OSD that
its use by OSI doesn't bother me.
> While I understand that the software selection may well be an
> unintentional result of opensource.org's hosting on hyperreal, it seems
> an odd decision for a group "dedicated to managing and promoting the Open
> Source Definition for the good of the community".
I'm sure that I have no use for "political correctness". You would
certainly have a good point if the list or website were hosted on
> Are there any plans at this time to migrate to an OSD compliant
> MTA and/or list manager?
None. Dan's software is in a class of its own, and poses no threat to
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