liran.tal at gmail.com
Sun Nov 15 07:28:36 UTC 2009
That's very sad to hear David.
I believe that the opposite it true, Coova took on itself to continue the
of the chillispot captive portal software and doing a wonderful job at it by
good interaction with the open source community.
I don't know what kind of management orientation is handled in wikipedia but
I'm pretty sure it's possible to contact a higher hierarchy than the page
or such. I suggest you do that.
On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 9:13 AM, David Bird <david at coova.com> wrote:
> I recently noticed that someone removed the link to www.coova.org from
> the wikipedia page for Chillispot. The person left a notice on the
> discussion stating "CoovaChilli needs to stop hijacking this page for
> commercial gain". This has me very confused... as the page in question
> is becoming nothing but a page for "commercial" links. Indeed, the link
> to CoovaChilli is almost the only useful link on the page (if you are
> looking for Chillispot functionality). Yet, this is the only link
> removed. Of course, this person, no doubt, likely has their own
> commercial interests... or is completely clueless. But still has me
> Is Coova "too commercial"? If so, how?
> What do you think?
Sincerely, Liran Tal
Founder and CTO
Linux and Open Source
Enginx - http://enginx.com
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