On 11184 March 1977, Joey Hess wrote: > BTW, I hope that Joerg realises that according to the GR, he's a member > of the Debian Maintainer Keyring team, and thus just as responsible for > slavishly following its rules as me and aj, and thus is presumably just > as responsible if a rule was missed. ;-P (Perhaps his mail is an attempt > to take that responsability, but that's not the tone I take away from > his "Please follow your own rules. Thanks.") Well. Do you want me to remove the 3 people from the keyring? Because that would be my action then. But thats no action that helps in any way, thats why Im not doing it. The only thing I want are three small mails to debian-project, one from you, two from Anthony, saying "Foo got added to the DM keyring", possibly *currently* with an additional paragraph "But thats for beta-testing the infrastructure, please wait before you advocate others". > Frankly, this whole concept of a GR laying down a detailed set of rules > for excactly how something will work and then picking a team out of the > ether who are then held accountable for implementing something that > meets the letter of those rules seems weird and !Debian to me, and I'd > just as soon not be a listed member of such a team in any future GR. IMO the whole GR is just wrong, but that doesnt mean we should ignore whats written in it. -- bye Joerg Some NM: The shell script is called debcheck.py.
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