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I thought I’d make this handy…
Here is an excerpt:
“Diaspora has grown into something more than just a project four guys started in their office at school. It is bigger than any one of us, the money we raised, or the code we have written. It has developed into something that people all over the world care about and are inspired by. We think the time is right to reflect this reality, and put our code where our hearts lie.”
“Today, we are giving control of Diaspora to the community.”
“As a Free Software social project, we have an obligation to take this project further, for the good of the community that revolves around it. Putting the decisions for the project’s future in the hands of the community is one of the highest benefits of any FOSS project, and we’d like to bring this benefit to our users and developers. We still will remain as an important part this community as the founders, but we want to make sure we are including all of the people who care about Diaspora and want to see it succeed well into the future.”
AFAIK This is the message from DG and MS. Are these the sentiments of everyone else?
I left this group a few days ago. Someone added me back. Please don’t do that. leaving
Jason, I know you have left (twice), just wanted to say that your message the message is clear “If you do not ask fore permission to create a subgroup I’m not going to be in it”.