No more Bugzilla for me
sandeen at redhat.com
Wed Apr 22 17:03:54 UTC 2009
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> Jesse Keating wrote:
>> It can leak NDA information from Red Hat partners to non-Red Hat folks,
>> which could cause Red Hat to be sued.
> > Fedora -- Freedom² is a feature!
> If you're serious about your signature, RH NDAs have to be considered
> irrelevant for Fedora.
That's ridiculous, IMHO.
RH NDAs *are* irrelevant for Fedora, in the sense that they are
completely separate and unrelated. But that does not mean that Fedora
is entitled to all information Red Hat has under NDA.
Say Red Hat has Customer A, who is getting ready to launch their
internal frobnification system on March 10, 2010. They are working with
Red Hat to resolve bugs A, B, and C and implement features D and E by
then, and details of their internal systems and testing are communicated
as part of the description of those bugs/features. They are therefore
private, and under NDA - they do not wish to share details about their
frobnification system testing with their competitors.
That's just a hypothetical example, but what part of Fedora Freedom do
you think entitles you to see that sort of information, just because
it's in a bugzilla entry?
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