Re: [Fwd: Re: Debian based GNU/Solaris: pilot program]
On Thu, 2005-11-03 at 18:51 +0100, Adrian von Bidder wrote:
> On Thursday 03 November 2005 08.32, Erast Benson wrote:
> > Matthew:
> > > [...] whether you want to be part of A Debian Release.
> > Hard to say right now... Lets see how all this thing will progress.
> > But, *yes* we are willing to cooperate.
> So I guess this summarizes the technical side of this discussion. To use
> the lkml attitude: show us the code. Release your system, show us that you
> can actually work with the Debian community rather than just discuss things
> on a mailing list by pointing out that there is a authorizatrion-required
> web site that contains much more info for those inclined to apply for a
> Debian/Opensolaris should do this: get the code working and published, and
> *then* work with the Debian project to get it integrated. Since you'll be
> using Debian source packages, this should be mostly doable by filing
> portability patches to the Debian bug tracking system.
> I leave the license question to others - I'm not qualified. I just say that
> you'll have to seriously address this if you want to become a part of
> Debian. (Saying 'Sun's lawyers did think it's ok' will *not* be enough.)
> -- vbi