On 29.03.22 14:23, Simon Lees wrote:
On 3/29/22 22:29, Henne Vogelsang wrote:
On 29.03.22 12:33, Martin Wilck wrote:
This means that SUSE needs to put some basic building blocks in place.
Au contraire mon ami. SUSE already does *way* too much for openSUSE. If this is supposed to be a healthy FOSS project, openSUSE needs to be able to attract contributors. If we can't, SUSE can't fix this either.
Well really at the moment openSUSE is significantly limited in the amount it can do due to its legal structure so in order to change how much SUSE currently does and for openSUSE to be more independent that'd need to change as well.
I have no idea what the legal structure of *anything* has to do with starting to attract contributors to a FOSS project.
You need legal if you need money. You don't need money to attract contributors.