Can you describe a little bit more about this project? I got the invitation, but ignored it because the home page didn't really have much information about who was behind it and for what reason.
On Feb 11, 2010, at 7:48 AM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> Consider completing an open source software IdeaScale:
> A few friends and I are doing some investigations regarding open source software and libraries. Through the process we have made a number of assertions, such as but not limited to:
> * Libraries need an easy to manage open source Google-like search
> * There is a critical mass of OSS to do much of library work
> * Libraries should become sources of safe open source software
> Using the IdeaScale tool we can garnder from a wider audience -- such as yourselves -- the validity of these assertions. Just click "thumbs up" if you agree or "thumbs down" if you disagree. Add a comment and/or additional assertion if you desire. Instant feedback. A way to gague community interest.
> Give it a whirl?
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