Bug#366938: svn commit access to the d-i repo ...
Sven Luther writes ("Bug#366938: svn commit access to the d-i repo ..."):
> As i startedto reply to Ian yesterday, no, i won't start a GR as is [...]
`As is' ?
> I am not sure about a GR to solve this problem
If you are so confident that you have been grievously wronged and that
the developers will agree with you, then a GR to reverse the decision
of the DPL and the D-I team to revoke your commit access is quite
possible. I think that would be petty, and you would lose.
Or, if you think the D-I team and the DPL have gone power-mad and
won't listen to reasonable people, a GR to recall the DPL is quite
possible too. I think that would be absurd, and you would lose.
> Anyway, all i ask is that the question i ask be judged fairly, the question,
> not my dispute with frans. Or if the TC feels this is not the right venue
> for this, i would appreciate where the right place is for this.
The right route for an appeal of the d-i team's decision is the DPL.
The DPL has decided to uphold the d-i team's decision - ie, you have
lost your appeal.