Steve Mosher a écrit : > see inlined. > > Jeremy McNaughton wrote: > >> (...) >> >> Organizing an Openmoko Foundation is something I'd really like to help >> with. Up till now I've not really had the skills to contribute any >> sort of code. The other activities open to me thus far (like bug >> testing and documentation), well unfortunately haven't gotten me >> involved in anything more than a casual basis (though I have learned >> tonnes from my months of lurking). >> > I'll let Sean know personally. We've discussed it. Haralde also has > high regard for the idea.
good news :-) Like jeremy I'm not enough skilled to contribute in code and I'm probably less skilled than him in management. But I want to help as much as I can. There's 2 solutions for a foundation : 1 - create a brand new Openmoko foundation 2 - join an a foundation that already exists an create a sub-group The solution 2 is easier to start (and can be moved in solution 1 later). We can ask to : - Linux International (see this mail from maddog : http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2009-June/049177.html) - Mozilla (they planned to build a mozilla phone : http://mozphone.com/about/) - LiMo ? (www.limofoundation.org) - other ? My 2 cents Swap38 _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community