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From "James Strachan" <>
Subject Re: Specifications as (part of) ASF projects (was RE: Too many licenses? Was: [vote] Accept Glasgow)
Date Mon, 14 Aug 2006 07:34:08 GMT
On 8/13/06, Noel J. Bergman <> wrote:
> Carl Trieloff wrote:
> > -> Is Apache in the business of writing and publishing specifications? <-
> > As long as Apache is not in the business of also creating
> > specifications, there will be by definition some separation
> > between code and spec processes, and I would like to work
> > with the ASF to try improve this.
> Wait ... why can't a specification be a releasable, just like a codebase?  The only issue,
as I see it, would be enforcement of compliance.  And Roy even put forward a proposed license
amendment for such things.
> As you saying that if the ASF would host the specification, that you and the rest of
the AMQP IP holders would be willing to contribute and manage the specification here under
ASF practices?
> I would be in favor of such an approach.  Honestly, I would vastly prefer to have Open
Specifications managed under ASF processes than under the JCP, OASIS, etc.




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