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Re: py3o and commit rights on reporting-engine

LasLabs, Dave Lasley
- 03/03/2017 17:13:18
Wow reading that conversation made me shudder. That dude is totally full of himself and his project. I’m happy to see that we have an alternative, and I hope Aeroo dies a slow miserable death.

+1 for faide and lmignon as PSCs of reporting-engine.

— Dave Lasley

On Mar 3, 2017, at 1:38 AM, Frederik Kramer <> wrote:

Wow, great discussion there, although not with the desirable result.
I am quite disappointed that i missed that discussion back then. After
all that reflects pretty well human nature and especially the internal
nature of FLOSS ecosystems. I will consider it a premier case to be
analyzed in one of my future papers on FLOSS and try to contrast it
with similar cases (for instance the one of XEN and the Linux Kernel).

Have a nice weekend out there

Am Freitag, den 03.03.2017, 08:53 +0000 schrieb Stefan Rijnhart:
> On 02-03-17 10:37, Frederik Kramer wrote:
> > Hi Alexis, 
> >
> > as also Eric pointed out that decision sounds more than reasonable,
> > however, i am still very curious to know the argument of Aeroo's
> inital
> > contributors not to include it to the OCA? Is that exactly what the
> > block post will be about ? I am curious especially for scientific
> > purposes here (i am researching Open Source and OS movements since
> 2007
> > basically), so more insight would be very much appreciated 
> Hi Frederik,
> it was discussed with the author of Aeroo here:
> And +1 for the authorization of @faide and @lmignon!
> Regards,
> Stefan
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