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Submission + - Interview Ross Gardler, mentor on the Apache OpenOffice Incubator project (sourceforge.net)

TheNextCorner writes: "The Foundation only exists to provide a legal entity in which the project can exist. It doesn’t exist to control the project, or babysit the project, or make sure the project succeeds. That’s entirely up to the community. So the community does have to become part of the Apache Software Foundation in order to get the most from it."
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Interview Ross Gardler, mentor on the Apache OpenOffice Incubator project

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