[compiz] The future of Compiz
jigish.gohil at gmail.com
Sun Jan 18 21:22:05 PST 2009
On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 7:51 AM, imnotpc <imnotpc at ubaight.com> wrote:
> Well, it seems this thread didn't get as much feedback as I thought it might,
> but we need to keep moving forward. I haven't forgotten about providing an
> outline of an administrative/organizational structure for the community. I've
> been busy selling my business and haven't had much time to spend on this, but
> I will present some thoughts shortly.
> I have also been in contact with JP and others from Novell about
> compiz/compiz-fusion and Novell's interest in and support for the project,
> and they remain very interested and supportive of us. I'll be talking with
> David, JP, and a few others shortly about ways they can help to pull the
> community together. If you have any specific areas where you think they can
> help us, let me know and I'll bring it up.
Novell is of course is very interested in Compiz as founder of the
project, it is also one of the important part of Nomad, which is in
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11(SLE11). Enterprise products are supported for
a long term (upto 7 years), so compiz will also be supported for that
long, that would obviously include paid devs working on it.
It would be interesting to see what David R thinks about the future of
the project, he has said that he would have a bit of time to reply
PS: This is just my personal feedback.
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