NewsForge: SPI to Transfer Domain Names to OSI
Dec 20, 2006, 16:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Software in the Public Interest's (SPI) board of directors has
voted to approve the transfer of the opensource.org and
opensource.net domain names to the Open Source Initiative (OSI).
The move is welcomed as a goodwill gesture by OSI, but has already
generated some hostility from SPI's constituency.
"The resolution to transfer the domains was drafted in November
in response to a request from OSI in July. However, the issue dates
back to 1998, when Bruce Perens left SPI to help found OSI and
failed to transfer rights to the domain..."