[Members] Voting criteria

Hal Rottenberg halr9000 at gmail.com
Thu May 12 15:52:16 CDT 2005

> >> Now does that make any sense at all?  I don't understand your point
> >> Richard.
> >
> >
> > And I dont understand yours, what has trying to force someone to include
> > your code in theirs go anything to do with the discussion at hand???
> I think that he wants to say that a official JSF projects (server and
> clients) will make no sense. Lots of developers wants to see their code

Not quite.  My sarcasm (which might've been lost) was in response to
this sentence:

> "Official JSF Software", which is a bad thing unless everyone
> has the opportunity to obtain such a title

I feel that everyone does NOT deserve the title inherently.  Richard
thinks that everyone SHOULD be able to attain it.  So to address that
I propose we have two measurements.  Certification, which all may
attain [1] and "Official JSF" which only the best can attain.

Compliance and "Best" would be measured by us, the JSF Members.  Well
now that I think about it, the Council would want to have some level
of oversight for "Official JSF Software".  We would recommend, they
would approve.

[1] All who are XMPP compliant by a certain date, see my other email.

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