DPL's view of debian-legal (was: Debian Trademarks Summary)
Anthony Towns <email@example.com> writes:
> It's likewise nice to see we're back to "-legal" not being a mailing
> list, but an unconstituted advisory body that manages to be a
> responsible body, somehow.
The distinction above is clearly being made for sarcastic purpose. I
still don't understand it, though.
Can you please, as DPL, explain what point is being made here? Outside
the context of this discussion about trademarks.
What do *you*, as DPL, think debian-legal should be, and how is it
currently different to that ideal?
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