[Koha] Foundation conversation
adegroff at ptfs.com
Sat Oct 16 12:13:04 NZDT 2010
It seems, from reading comments so far, that some are in favor of a
foundation and some are not. Many ideas have been shared to the listserv
and our initial proposal remains on the wiki.
As a stake holders in this -- LibLime remains interested in compromise; is
it possible that a mutually acceptable set of conditions can be developed
among us all?
Is discussing the options in person - in 10 days - the most logical next
step? Is talking with us / working on this topic something that interested
parties are willing and able to do at KohaCon?
Amy De Groff
adegroff at ptfs.com
On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 5:29 PM, <david at lang.hm> wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Oct 2010, Nicole Engard wrote:
> > On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 4:18 PM, <david at lang.hm> wrote:
> > David,
> >> nothing but opinions on the mailing list. I do realize that for some
> >> people that means that my opinions are worthless and I should be
> >> I hope that this is not the type of project that takes that attitude.
> > All opinions matter and add to the discussion.
> thank you.
> >> Right now I would not reccomend anyone deploy Koha until some of this
> >> stuff gets settled (being decided in any direction would be better than
> >> the current limbo), and then depending on what the decisions are, how
> >> bad blood is formed in the fighting, etc I will then decide if the
> >> is something I'm willing to spend my time on.
> > Koha is "settled", the software is being used worldwide successfully.
> > Not recommending it because of internal discussions of governance
> > seems a bit odd to me. I pick my software based on whether it does
> > what I need it to do and whether there is support (now and in the
> > future).
> from the outside it sure doesn't look 'settled', the issues of governance
> (and more precisely, arguments over such issues) directly involve the
> probability of the product being viable in the future.
> there are other projects that I have selected alternatives to based on my
> opinion on the project management and how likely they are to fragment, get
> tied up in political infighting instead of development, or have their
> first question to anyone making a suggestion/change request being "if you
> haven't contributed code, you don't matter" (or attitudes too far in that
> direction). Right now Koha is appearing unsettled enough that I'm leery of
> it, but not so crazy that I silently walk away.
> David Lang
> Koha mailing list http://koha-community.org
> Koha at lists.katipo.co.nz
Amy Begg De Groff
*LibLime, a Division of PTFS*
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