Came across this tweet:
— Bryan Murdock (@bdmurdock) January 14, 2015
The website says:
Because requiring $7,500 or $25,000 USD a year per member seems counter to the stated goal, “to develop technology standards that are balanced, open, and benefit the worldwide electronics industry.” (emphasis added)
We started a public google group. Feel free to subscribe and contribute to the discussion.
The first thought which came into my mind was the early days of Redhat-Fedora spin-off and how we build Fedora Electronic Lab.
Here, in freecellera’s scenario, the community wants to contribute to UVM without having to pay $$$ for participation. Thus leading to the birth of a development platform for community’s UVM.
Thus far, I noticed that the community is lacking a bit of guidance and understanding of how an opensource community works and how to build it. Later during the week, I’ll share some tips to that mailing list.