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Bug#366938: svn commit access to the d-i repo ...

Martin Michlmayr writes ("Bug#366938: svn commit access to the d-i repo ..."):
> The DPL has already agreed that the decision of the d-i team was
> sound, see http://lists.debian.org/debian-boot/2006/05/msg00235.html

Aha!  Right, well, I withdraw my earlier resolution and propose this
one instead:


1. Sven Luther complains that he has been deprived of commit access to
   debian-installer's svn repository.

2. Access controls, and changes to them, are a standard response to
   sociopolitical problems and it is not for the TC to overrule those
   political processes.

3. While access controls sometimes make life more inconvenient, the
   tradeoff between the inconvenience and the supposed benefits is a
   political question.

4. The DPL had agreed, before Sven referred this issue to the TC,
   that the decision of the d-i team was sound


5. This is not a technical complaint.

6. It is the Project Leadership's decision whether uphold or overturn
   the revocation of Sven's access.

7. We are pleased to see that the Project Leadership has the
   matter in hand; the Leader has our full support.

8. We are disappointed that the complainant did not bring the prior
   discussion - particularly, the decision by the Leader - to our
   attention.  We would ask all disputants, when bringing a matter to
   the TC, to provide complete references to prior discussion and
   decisions.  This saves time and avoids any appearance of


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