Tim.Churches wrote: > Will Ross wrote: > > Fred, > > > > I oppose the creation of a separate open source certification > > process. I think it compromises the opportunity for open source > > solutions to displace commercial solutions, and it distracts open > > source projects from leveraging the collaborative process to create > > seriously superior solutions. > > This is a US matter, but as I set out, my position would be to argue for > a reduced-cost certification process of any software which makes all the > necessary documentation, source code, unit tests, functional test > scripts etc needed to satisfy the certification criteria publicly > available for scrutiny by anyone. > > But the actual criteria to be met should be the same. I agree that this should be the basis. Certification should be a case of paying someone to do the same thing you have already done, just without you being there. It should be a $2k or less operation.
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