[TOS] First draft of textbook: introductory chapter (foreword?)
chris at tylers.info
Thu Sep 10 00:55:38 UTC 2009
On Wed, 2009-09-09 at 19:26 +0100, MJ Ray wrote:
> My 100%-practitioner co-op has ruled that I can't work on TOS on
> company time because of TOS's divisive open-source-only approach in
> spite of the claims made on the wiki and on this mailing list back in
MJ, that sounds backwards to me.
The Teaching Open Source initiative, like most other Free Software/Open
Source projects, is a meritocracy (or a doitocracy), where your
influence scales with your contribution. So if your co-op enabled and
encouraged you to work on TOS stuff, you could certainly use the term
Free Software in your textbook chapter or sub-project or new wiki
material, and I don't think anyone would change it. On the other hand,
if your main contribution is a global string change on the wiki...
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