Re: Call for discussion: adding member projects?

From: Joachim Breitner <mail(at)joachim-breitner(dot)de>
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Subject: Re: Call for discussion: adding member projects?
Date: 2004-11-01 00:39:56
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> What guidelines or even strict rules should we use in the acceptance or
> rejection of member project requests?

Just brainstorming:
* Projects should not be opposite competitors to current member
projects (e.g.: a redhat based distro - no, a debian basted distro that
cooperates with debian - yes)
* Project should have a focus that is more than just one package or
project (debian, gnome, gnustep, something-like-sourceforge - yes.
screen, wget, gnupg - no)
* Project having a certain significance in the Free Software world

Just thought that come to my mind, no opinion implicated (yet).

Joachim Breitner
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