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Hi Telesto,

Let me confess that I only read a part of the discussions - I'm simply
not able to keep up with all.
But I am interested in opinions and reasons for ideas. So I have a question:

Telesto wrote on 13/10/2020 18:26:


(skipping may lines with IMO logic ideas/POVs - thanks for describing

Visa versa bring in the commercial perspective into TDF; which of course
reasonable. Except this sometimes ends in a kind of COI matter where TDF
and business vision not totally align.

I'm triggered by the "Except this sometimes ..." reading it as that is
'not reasonable'.
Can you pls explain that a bit more?
To explain why I wonder: I think for sure it is not always practical or
easy, to have to work with conflicts of interest. But isn't it
unavoidable if you have foundation that hosts an open source community
where all kind of contributors are active (like you so clearly
explained). And also of course, there are more and other personal
interest of people in LibreOffice/TDF than just the fact that they earn
(part of) the living with it.

Maybe I missed some other part of your text, not sure ;0


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