Removal of MadWifi as an associated project
p.j.a.cock at googlemail.com
Mon Aug 14 09:49:39 UTC 2017
Should some of the funds be kept back for future domain renewal
fees, or are those covered from the ongoing SPI income?
On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 9:35 AM, Martin Michlmayr <tbm at cyrius.com> wrote:
> Proposed resolution:
> 1. MadWifi became an associated project of SPI in 2008.
> 2. The goal of the MadWifi project was to coordinate development of the
> Atheros drivers for Linux.
> 3. The MadWifi driver has been obsoleted by ath5k and ath9k, which are both
> part of the Linux kernel now. Development of these drivers is taken care
> of by the Linux kernel programmers.
> 4. The MadWifi project is no longer active.
> 5. Donations to the MadWifi project were made to improve Atheros and
> wireless support for Linux.
> 5. The MadWifi project has voted to transfer its fund held by SPI to the
> OpenWrt project. OpenWrt performs significant work on improving wireless
> support for linux.
> 6. While the MadWifi project is no longer active, they would like to
> preserve the domain name and web site for historical purposes.
> THE SPI BOARD RESOLVES THAT
> 1. MadWifi will be removed as an SPI Associated Project.
> 2. SPI will keep ownership of the madwifi-project.org domain name.
> 3. All funds held on behalf of MadWifi will be transferred to the OpenWrt
> earmark held by SPI.
> 4. SPI will no longer actively seek donations on behalf of MadWifi.
> 5. Any future donations received for MadWifi will be earmarked for OpenWrt.
> Martin Michlmayr
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