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"Who-is-who"?...Who is "Who-is-who"? (was Re: [DotGNU]Project informatio

From: S11001001
Subject: "Who-is-who"?...Who is "Who-is-who"? (was Re: [DotGNU]Project information)
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 17:41:36 -0500
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Peter Minten wrote:
I've started with the Who-Is-Who document, currently there are 3 entries
(current file is attached to this e-mail). I need a lot more. So if you
do anything useful in this project please send a WIW card.
An other thing is the State of the DotGNU Union. For the SotDU I need to
know what projects have done in the last period and where they are now.
So please send me this information.

I currently have a WIW count of 5. Please help me improve that :-).

It really depends. Exactly who belongs in the WIW? i.e., I wouldn't presume that I'm important enough to be in the WIW, and I think that some here might share that feeling. Certainly in some cases it's obvious though.

Stephen Compall
DotGNU `Contributor' --

My views about copyright take an hour to expound, but one general
principle applies: it cannot justify denying the public important
freedoms. As Abraham Lincoln put it, "Whenever there is a conflict
between human rights and property rights, human rights must prevail."
Property rights are meant to advance human well-being, not as an
excuse to disregard it.
        -- RMS, "The GNU GPL and the American Way"

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