Re: [Debconf-team] help clear up Debians reputation; Debconf misdeeds
This is just a personal answer, here, so no relation with debconf organizing
On Thu, Apr 06, 2006 at 02:22:29AM -0700, Ted Walther wrote:
> Shadows of accusation have surrounded Debconf6, and they affect Debians
> reputation directly.
Sounds like a conspiracy theory. Let me put on my slightly larger glasses.
> I know you are all busy, but from where I stand, it seems there is a lot
> of potential for nepotism and favoritism in the Debconf sponsorship
> process of handing out free transportation.
Welcome to the organizing team, next year.
> Please come out in public and show us the rumors aren't true.
Have not heard those rumors. Must. Leave. The. Hole.
> I was not rejected for sponsorship. I never applied for sponsorship. I
> was contacted by a contributing, useful Debian member who told me about
> her sponsorship being rejected.
Next time forward her to the organizing team.
It seems there is a lot of potential for message manipulation in the process
of you proxying the information to the final recipient, in both ways, while
you act as a relay.
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