>> I don't get all the fuss about this, though. So the Foundation is in
>> trouble, so what? It's basically holding the Gentoo trademark in the
>> USA (in Europe, it does *not*, another legal entity does here) and it
>> is the copyright holder of the ebuilds.
> Maybe it is all about the "so what?" mentality of the core that led to
> this mess in the first place?
Please explain why I should care about the Gentoo Foundation in your opinion.
> I can understand that this angers the community and drobbins, as it
> angers me too.
I don't. I *do* care about our users, about my ebuilds and the
technical side of things. I do *not* care about a foundation that's
supposed to be an IP container.
> But I think that some drastic actions must be taken,
Why? To appease the mob? What horrible, catastrophic thing has
happened? Please explain that. I honestly don't see it.
> maybe exactly because the bandwagon with the angry mob on it.
Drastic measures because some people loudly claim the end of the world
is coming? No, thank you.
>> The ebuilds keep coming, we're basically doing "business" as usual and
>> that should be enough, I'd say.
> Sure, all is fine in the land of Gentoo - problems are for people that
> have nothing better to do :(
Name those problem, please. I'll gladly try to address them if I can.
Best regards, Wulf