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Bug#367709: There is still no valid reason to close this bug.



Hi Sven, 

On Sun Jun 24, 2007 at 08:05:10 +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> There is still no reason to close this bug, and no reason to not create
> a libstdc++ .udeb.
> 
> Furthermore, the decision of the d-i team on this was highly
> overshadowed by their personal vendetta against me, and not based on
> technical argumentation. In particular, it was based on the sole
> decision of Frans Pop, and we all know he has not acted exemplarily on
> this.
> 
> The fact that you chose to close this bug now, because i have been
> expulsed in a way debian should be most ashamed of, shows that your
> decision is only marginally guided by technical reasons.

You opened a bug against the ctte, which is your perfect right as Debian
Package Maintainer. With this bug you asked for technical advice from
the ctte team. The ctte had it's discussion from May 17th, 2006 whereas
in the end Bdale Garbee called for a vote on June 22nd, 2007. The
outcome of the vote (as outlined by Bdale in Message-ID:
<878xacc4id.fsf@rover.gag.com>) is that the committee endorses choice 2,
and libstdc++ udeb should not be created despite bug #367709.

I see no misstake in the whole procedure. You asked for advice, they
voted, the outcome was quite clear, case closed for the ctte. Please
respect the outcome of their vote, as you yourself asked for it.

Please try to understand that you should accept their oppinion even
though they didn't vote in favour for your wish. Such things happen, in
Debian as well as in politics.

Greetings
Martin

PS: i set the reply-to to debian-project and will (as listmaster) accept
answers from you to that thread there, as long as they stay on technical
stuff, and are not personal insults against any member of the Debian
Project.
-- 
[root@debian /root]# man real-life
No manual entry for real-life




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