Re: [unrev-II] Species survival & open source funding etc. (was Re: Intel's new XML network devices)

Date: Wed May 10 2000 - 06:49:04 PDT

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    On Tue, 09 May 2000 22:12:30 -0700 (PDT), Eugene Eric Kim <>

    >I think we're moving in the right direction, and I'm optimistic about the
    >amount of progress we will see in the next month. I wouldn't be surprised
    >if, by the end of May, we had a license, an organizational model, a
    >distributed coding infrastructure (mailing lists, CVS, etc.), a specific
    >technical direction, and a small set of requirements for the first rev.
    >We may even see some progress in regards to funding.

    I hope so.

    While we are on this thread, I might as well throw in my two cents.

    I am semi-retired so I have plenty of time. I even have a small
    budget for additional hardware and software, if I need it. More
    than that, I have access to other people who are willing to assist
    when the time and set are right.

    To put it bluntly, if this effort is only for the enrichment of
    Stanford and BI, we choose not to play. I suspect that there are
    a number of people on this list who feel the same way.

    Do any of you know how we get from where we are to a full Open
    Source project?

    Are we stuck with giving over to Stanford and BI all work that we do
    on this subject? Sooner or later, that question must be answered.

    Sooner is better.

    Dewain Delp

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