2012-01-02T18:16:09+00:00 To: PublicA long way off from "inbox zero", aiming for "inbox golf". Right now that's down 1000 messages/day, but it gets harder as I approach zero.
2011-11-29T05:42:07+00:00 To: PublicCombined Debian/Ubuntu Local Bug Squashing Jam/Party in Portland this Sunday http://bit.ly/tN9qdx
2011-11-28T00:07:01+00:00 To: PublicWill Linux Mint contribute their GNOME3 extensions, or patches for their fork of GNOME2 back upstream to GNOME? I'd give them a thumbs up.
2011-11-09T22:36:11+00:00 To: PublicWeird spam: somebody overwrote the etherpad notes for my #uds session with a Spanish translation. Google translate to the rescue.
2011-10-31T14:30:55+00:00 To: PublicA preview of what's ahead at #uds this week: http://bit.ly/shK45S
2011-10-30T14:10:00+00:00 To: PublicLinux distros and foundations stand together on UEFI Secure Boot: http://bit.ly/vIb2Ih and http://bit.ly/ta9EF6
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Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete DUTRA, Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete DUTRA, Charles-H. Schulz, Charles-H. Schulz shared this.@allisonrandal, your dent is misleading. !FSF opposes Restricted boot. Appears @linuxfoundation, #Canonical & #RedHat want it, but different
2011-10-21T17:36:53+00:00 To: PublicGood news for Qt: http://qt-project.org/
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2011-09-25T10:18:54+00:00 To: a(n) person, Public"Leadership is believing in something, bringing people with you, and making it happen." @lornajane #pyconuk
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2011-07-16T17:10:38+00:00 To: PublicSome thoughts on #Harmony feedback: http://bit.ly/nQNpkn
2011-07-14T19:32:46+00:00 To: PublicLoving the plentiful, fresh, local fruits and veggies of summer, but wishing for a little more sun.
2011-06-29T11:38:50+00:00 To: Bradley M. Kuhn, Public@allisonrandal, we fundamentally disagree. inbound=outbound (as practiced by !LInux & expressed formally by @fontana) uses license that way.@allisonrandal, as for the "purpose" of !GPL specifically, it was indeed *intended* that *all* corners of a project would be bound by GPL.@allisonrandal When I license a contribution under the GPL, that is _very much_ a contributor->project purpose.
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2011-06-29T19:55:32+00:00 To: Bradley M. Kuhn, Public@allisonrandal, I've decided I don't wanna be a #Harmony developer. I somewhat doubt I'll be a user, either, but I will look at your release
2011-06-29T18:09:08+00:00 To: Bradley M. Kuhn, Public@bkuhn But, yes, a project could decide to accept either/both assignment and license versions.
2011-06-29T18:01:57+00:00 To: Bradley M. Kuhn, Public@bkuhn It does make it easier sometimes. (I figure you agree with that, since Conservancy also optionally accepts assignments.)@allisonrandal, #Conservancy accepts assignment only when developers request it. Will #Harmony agreements be similarly optional by default?
2011-06-29T18:00:56+00:00 To: Bradley M. Kuhn, Public@bkuhn And you should know my opinion, after working with me on the Perl/Parrot CLA. No, I don't believe CAA is required for enforcement.@allisonrandal,I don't recall discussing enforcement during !Perl licensing discussion; Also, ISTR only working on *license* w/you, not #CLA@allisonrandal, I do recall we discussed the #Python #CLA for my #pynie patches, but I ended up not signing it (& I hear Pynie is dead, too)
2011-06-29T17:58:06+00:00 To: Bradley M. Kuhn, Public@bkuhn I guess you're inferring that Canonical using a CAA is a strong statement that everyone should? It's a weak inference, and not true.@allisonrandal, Not inferring! Jane #Silber, @sabdfl, & Amanda #Brock have all stated clearly that companies should & *deserve* ©A from devs
2011-06-29T15:49:17+00:00 To: Richard Fontana, Public@fontana How so?
2011-06-29T14:55:45+00:00 To: Public@kevingranade Then it comes down to a question of how much copyright is enough to do enforcement.@allisonrandal, Amanda #Brock has stated that universal © holership is required for enforcement. Is that position also yours & !Canonical's?
2011-06-29T13:39:05+00:00 To: Richard Fontana, Public@fontana You could just as well say it empowers the project to do enforcement even if the developers don't want to bother.@allisonrandal A developer may like that if the org is likely to enforce (like @fsf). But @canonical has never enforced: http://ur1.ca/4khfy@allisonrandal yes he could but he's not talking about that advantage. He means the disadvantage that Canonical wants right to proprietarize@allisonrandal,I say again: #CLA/©AA isn't needed for enforcement authority;eg: #Conservancy acts as Erik #Andersen's !GPL enforcement agent
2011-06-28T09:58:47+00:00 To: Public@bkuhn Doesn't mean the devs are *right* to blur the legal details, just that the finer points of licensing are picked up later.@allisonrandal,diff btw !GPL, !LGPL &permissive licenses aren't "finer points",they're the basics. You've low opinion of developers it seems
Bradley M. Kuhn at 2011-06-28T10:43:45+00:00
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