Ludovic Courtès <ludo(a)gnu.org> writes:
> When the Assembly supports member projects GNU Radio would like
> formally join. We've already decided unanimously as a board and
> have the
> support of our General Assembly.
Woow! It’s great to have you on board, individually, and it’s
that GNU Radio as a project is willing to join (people on IRC
excited and maybe a bit intimidated too :-)).
Yeah, I was very excited to see your email and thought I’d wait
for someone with a better ability with words to respond first :)
I had no idea GNU Radio had this organization structure. It’s a
very rare thing to see in free software projects, so I’d be very
interested in your experience getting to where you are now.
There are currently no member projects, in part because we’re
bootstrapping, and in part because co-maintainers of individual
haven’t necessarily reached consensus. I hope GNU Radio will be
first of a series.
This is a question that we all need to answer at some point for
our respective projects. With most projects that are guided by
maintainers (or a collective of maintainers), will their decision
to join the assembly alone be sufficient?