Hi Lennart,

(I'm sending a copy of this mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] _nuxeo_ .com. I'd prefer discussing this on [EMAIL PROTECTED] though.)

- to unify the whole Zope/CMS-involved community to drastically reduce
  waste of resources (doing twice or more equivalent components /

How do you plan to keep the project apart from the interests of Nuxeo?

This project is in the interest of Nuxeo, and the success of it is
important for our future. There is no way we can keep that separate.
What you probably mean is to ask how we can make sure that Nuxeo does
not stop OTHER peoples interests from being vested in the project. And
this will be done by hosting it somewhere else (Chalmers for moment)
and having loads of Non-Nuxeo people involved. This is not a Nuxeo

How do you plan to make sure that people don't get the impression that this is a Nuxeo project?

The first step would be to keep the project in "neutral" hands.

It is in neutral hands. Nuxeo is one company that is involved. Others
are Infrae, and also Chalmers university, and loads of people that
come from companies that I don't remember the name of (sorry), and
some people that are not affiliated with any company.

How do you make sure that people don't get the impression that the project is not in neutral hands? Do you plan to create dome kind of neutral foundation?

I would _personnaly_ consider joining the effort, but I would still
need to find convincing arguments that this is not a hidden CPS4
project of Nuxeo.

There is nothing hidden about it. This project is aimed at creating an
open source ECM framework. Nuxeo will use this framework for what very
likely will be called CPS4, just as we used CMF for CPS2 and CPS3. And
hopefully Infrae will use it for the next generation of Silva, and
hopefully it will end up as the base for Plone3 and so on.

This is all open source, nothing is hidden anywhere. ;)

How do you make sure that people don't fear that one company practically controls the code, making it a caricature of Open Source?

Best regards,

Maik Röder
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