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GNOME Developer Suggests Split From GNU Project

December 12th, 2009 12:16 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

blozza2070 writes “In a recent posting from Philip Van Hoof, he suggests that GNOME split off from the GNU Project and has proposed a vote. He was informed he will need 10% of members to agree for a vote to be put forth. At the same time, David Schlesinger (on the GNOME Advisory Board) has agreed on a vote. Stormy Peters said she doesn’t agree with this, but then gave everyone instructions on how to proceed with a vote. She mentioned that roughly 20 members are needed to agree.”
The mailing list server is timing out as of this writing, but iTWire has the Cliff’s notes

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