Re: Debian machine usage policy
Wichert Akkerman - Debian project leader wrote:
I suggest these two amendments, for clarity:
>3.1 First offense
>1. The accounts of the offender will be suspended and access will
> not be available.
>2. The offender will be required to contact the Debian Systems Administrati=
> and convince us that there will be no further breaches of the DMUP by the
If he fails to convince us, he will be expelled from the project.
>3. If the offender fails to contact the DSA within 14 days, the account will
> be terminated and the offender expelled from the Debian project. If the
> offender has announced he will be on vacation in this time frame this
> period will be extended with the announced duration of the vacation
>4. If the offender is expelled from the project
but later satisfies us that the offence will not be repeated,
> he can register to become
> a maintainer again after a period of a month. The offense will remain
> on record.
I suggest also, that we add to the policy:
Debian facilities should not be used for developing non-DFSG software,
without approval by the DPL after consultation on the devel or private
Other policies prohibit commercial use, but non-DFSG is a wider category.
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