2009/1/19, Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb(a)suse.de>de>:
On 2009-01-16T16:22:25, Birger Kollstrand
There is an overwhelming desire to create
different implementations of
the same problem.
This is an apparently necessary step before convergence can happen; the
community tends to have the resources to explore many (subtly) different
technical/social/organizational directions at once before converging.
That is actually one of the strengths.
Yes I agree, but I also belive that a structured unit like a company
can help out in the process of actually getting a convergence. Either
by supporting directly with development resources or by trying to lead
the community by asking different teams to work together.
I do not believe many projects would take it badly if a leading person
from openSUSE-Novell asked if there where any common ground that wold
Or simply by discussing with community projects that this and that
functionality would be a benefit for openSUSE?
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