internetnews.com: Gentoo in Transition?
Apr 29, 2004, 16:00 (10 Talkback[s])
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"Now that the founder and chief architect of the Gentoo Linux
project, Daniel Robbins, has resigned from his post, what's next
for Gentoo's growth ambitions with enterprise distributions?
"On the heels of Gentoo Project's latest Linux distribution,
version 2004.1 which came out today, contributors and project
managers said Robbins' departure may help spur Gentoo to new
acceptance among enterprise players.
"'Daniel's departure from Gentoo was preceded by a lot of flak
from developers regarding the constant delays in getting a
not-for-profit organization set up, thereby transitioning Gentoo
away from Daniel's sole ownership (in terms of intellectual
property, which had been owned by Daniel's Gentoo Technologies,
Inc.),' Gentoo's head of developer relations, Jon Portnoy, told
"'Daniel felt that his commitment to Gentoo was being
questioned, which was very stressful for him on a personal level.
He's stated that he wishes to move on with his life...'"