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Date: 2008-01-28 (15:40)
From: Romain Beauxis <toots@r...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: The OCaml Community (aka back from the Developer Days)
Le Monday 28 January 2008 15:42:15 Sylvain Le Gall, vous avez écrit :
> On 28-01-2008, Romain Beauxis <> wrote:
> > Le Sunday 27 January 2008 14:09:22 David Teller, vous avez écrit :
> >
> > Another question is who will provide machines and means to acheive it.
> > In particular, a repository à la CPAN for modules would be a great thing,
> > but it would have to be supported by some structure...
> Indeed, you miss one point: my company will provide resource, if needed
> for it.
> For now, the computer is hired (OVH SuperPlan 08) but i don't have
> enough time to set it up.
> I only plan to provide a GForge/planets/SCM repository for now. But in
> the future, if anything else is required, i will be able to provide more
> things to it.

Wouldn't it be better to define a real structure where your company and others 
may take part ?

For instance, is run by a non-profit organisation, see:

The fact is that, if we don't setup strong and clear definitions of who's in 
charge of what or don't define a common head for the community, what will 
happen if any of the involved company/hacker/.... decide to split and 
continue alone, or simply to shutdown one machine, or claim copyright, etc...

Again, I don't suspect any bad intention, but this is the only way to prevent 
them, isn't it ?