[erlang-questions] Erlang 10 years of Open Source; it is time for the next step
Mon Mar 17 12:53:37 CET 2008
2008/3/17, Torbjorn Tornkvist <tobbe@REDACTED>:
> So, suggestions:
> - Put Erlang into a modern (distributed) VCS like Mercurial or Git.
Did the Eclipse team mention who the legal owner of the Eclipse
code base is?
I ask because one of the problems for any company involved in
Open Source development is the fact that it's legally responsible for
all the code in the repository. This is perhaps a bigger problem for
a large company than a small one, int that large companies make
for juicy targets in IPR lawsuits.
> - Open up the bug-tracker to become fully public.
...under the proviso, of course, that proprietary information given
in bug reports are not revealed to the public.
> - Publish the testserver result, e.g using CruiseControl.
> - Make the whole testsuite available for download and deployment.
> - Open up any other (as of today) internal dev.tools, wikis etc.
Same thing here. OTP would have to find a way to keep confidential
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