that is, things Apereo projects are or probably ought to be on top of.
TideLift also envisions some kind of different levels, types of guarantees. So if TideLift's adopter market demands, say, rigor in securing ICLAs from contributors, well, this might be a way for Apereo to get more ROI from its differential investment in securing ICLAs vis a vis other open source software foundations.
Anyone else see some potential for potential in this?
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On Mar 7, 2018, at 16:13, Shoji Kajita <kajita....@kyoto-u.ac.jp> wrote:
Hi Jim,It is very interesting business model. But Apereo Foundation is a non-profit organization.
Do we need to launch “Apereo Co.” as our for-profit organization to realize the business model of TideLift?