[Ambassadors] New Project: Blur
bradenflknr at gmail.com
Sun Jul 12 22:12:22 UTC 2009
On Jul 12, 2009, at 5:55 PM, "Mathieu Bridon (bochecha)" <bochecha at fedoraproject.org
>> I was thinking of Linux as a whole the other day. I thought that
>> Linux might
>> be to fragmented. So, I started a project called "Blur". It's a
>> about collaberating with other Linux distros and groups.
>> Let me know what you guys think.
> So the goal is to « stop the fragmentation between the different Lin
> communities and to initiate a collaborative whole effort between
> distributions and the entire Linux community »
> The project is still in the rough stage of planning.
> What do you mean ? On technical points ? On something else ?
Well, sometimes distros often reivent the wheel on certain items.
Also, it can be confusing to new users to choose a distro that works
> What concrete actions do you have in mind ?
As for action, I'm thinking of a site that can easily allow for ideas
to be cross referanced that it not specific to any distro. So, it
makes a better Linux, as a whole. Perhaps, even a distro alliance.
> Right now, I can't think anything about this project, as it doesn't
> even seem to be defined :-/
We are still planning and coming up with ideas.
> On the other hand, we are already collaborating with other
> distributions. Developers from different distributions are working
> together on upstream projects like the kernel for example. Last week I
> was at a FOSS event in France, and I was during the whole week with
> members of other communities (Ubuntu, Mandriva, ArchLinux, etc.). We
> discussed about common release parties, shops, etc... (we even got
> drunk all together :)
> Anyway, could you explain a bit more what is this project ?
I agree, the project isn't quite clear but, basically it wants to give
Linux as a whole a stronger unified image to the general public,
without confusing them.
> Best regards,
> Mathieu Bridon (bochecha)
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