Re: opening -private archives (was Re: Discussion - non-free software removal)
On Sun, Nov 17, 2002 at 06:11:36PM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> I entirely concur, and I strongly considered posting the discussion
> threads publicly at people.debian.org/~branden for the whole world to
> However, I figured I'd get flamed and accused of using unfair tactics to
> support the General Resolution, so I thought better of it.
I would point out that all people with a vote also have access to
-private, if they wish; everybody else is pretty much irrelevant. Why
make them public?
In a more general sense, there are plenty of threads that don't really
need to be aired in public, and probably shouldn't be, since the
reasons they were on -private in the first place are still valid.
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