Subject: Re: [boost] [provocative] Whom did the SFC pay to list boostdevelopers as a whole in "Current Member Projects"?
From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-05-07 09:24:02
John Maddock wrote:
> > The SFC does not pay anybody to list Boost as a member project. The
> > SFC is a US non-profit organization that provides legal and some
> > financial services to open source projects (including Boost). Part of
> > their work involves working with Google to help support funding for
"help support funding", Google, LOL!!!
> > their Summer of Code program.
"The Software Freedom Conservancy is among the mentoring organizations
accepted for participation in Google Summer of Code 2008. Students
interested in helping to build infrastructure software for nonprofit
organizations and small law offices are invited to read the posted ideas
page and apply to the program."
> > They do the same for a number of open
> > source projects.
> And let's not forget that the SFC handles most of the admin involved in
> running BoostCon.
Now, don't tell me that boostcon gets its "most of the admin" for free
from Bradley Kuhn.
You're talking without checking the facts, Maddock.
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