Le Jeu 1 février 2007 10:21, Ralf Corsepius a écrit :
a) Accepting it would mean catering a pragmatical compromise, which
isn't necessarily in the Fedora community's long-term interests and
which might weaken OpenSource in longer terms.
Could the Don Quichottes that are objecting to peaceful jpp cooperation
provide documented examples when working with jpp has been harmful to
Fedora (aside from the "harm" of three letters in versions?)
Could we have more concrete arguments than it "isn't necessarily in the
Fedora community's long-term interests" ?
Do you realise the only reason we have a packaged FLOSS java stack today
(and not in two years) is it was bootstraped on closed jpp jvm packages ?
Is breaking ties with other entities for the sake of not having to think
about them in the Fedora community's long-term interest ?
/me is getting mad about all the FUDing on this issue.