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[Savannah-hackers] submission of Adaptive Domain Environment > Confidential?
Sun, 2 Jun 2002 12:35:02 +0200
Is savannah beggining to be a secret place with "confidential" projets?
Recently, requesting this status, a project was rejected. Is this
project so secret that only Loic have the right to know what do you
plan to do during the registration procedure and why someone can
succesfully do a registration that would be rejected for anyone else?
I'm really not fine with this ("Confidential. Please create in private
mode and ask address@hidden for
detailed information.": is savannah about freedom or about
autocracy?) and I think that anyone should be able to know why a
particular project is hidden from the public.
The FSF projects are because they are not software nor documentation
And about this one: why?
If it is not a software project, why should we accept this one since
many others non-software projects has been rejected?
Does a special clause, allowing to accept for his familiar what is
unacceptable for the others "normal" savannah users, exist?
Hope to get some clear and lawfull explanations about this (Free
Software is transparency, hey ?). If it's not the case, I really don't
understand why we ask the "commoners" to write a complete description
and maybe things are not what they seem. :(
PS: the goal is not to disturb you but, well, I must admit that I'm
some kind of crappy idealist...
I'm sure nice explanations exist...
Le dim 02 jun 2002 à 11h54, address@hidden a écrit :
A package was submitted to savannah.gnu.org.
This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
Philippe Gerum <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
Package: Adaptive Domain Environment
System name: adeos
This package does NOT want to apply for inclusion in the GNU project
Confidential. Please create in private mode and ask address@hidden for
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