Re: Certification for GNOME apps

Behdad Esfahbod <behdad cs toronto edu> writes:

> On Thu, 14 Jul 2005, Alan Cox wrote:
> > On Mer, 2005-07-13 at 21:04, Jonathan Blandford wrote:
> > > The first two seem like no-brainers, but what are you thinking of
> > > 'harming the name of GNOME'?  Is a clause requiring acceptable levels of
> > > privacy sufficient?  Do you have other, concrete concerns here?
> >
> > I guess the extreme example might be "What do you do if someone comes to
> > you with a HIG compliant, gtk+ using, accessible, i18n translated 'Bomb
> > the New York Subway' game" [hello MI5]
> >
> > There are things you want a reason never to be associated with.
> Or one day we may want to refuse certification from companies
> that support the other operating system :D.
> Is the foundation going to certify apps or are companies allowed
> to evaluate and certify their own apps?  If the former, should
> there be any fee for getting GNOME certified?

To make it more clear, the intention is to make this a
self-certification system.  We (GNOME) don't really want to get into the
business of certifying at the moment, and we should make it clear that
the products are certified aren't inherently endorsed by GNOME at all.


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