Re: policy on editor/pager support
I think this more or less wraps up this thread. Thank you,
Christian, for your work. I fail to see how the policy could be more
Now, all dale has to do is figure out where those posts are
disappearing to for him (does your ISP have a spam filter on?)
ps. I failed to realize that the weekly postings were distributed to
more than one list since I have built in duplicate supression.
>>"Christian" == Christian Schwarz <email@example.com> writes:
Christian> On Tue, 7 Oct 1997, Dale Scheetz wrote:
Dale> It has come clear to me that I _must_ subscribe to debian-policy
Dale> if I can ever hope to keep up with the flow of things. This
Dale> completely defeats the primary reason for splitting the
Dale> lists. I'm not so sure that I "need" to be involved in crafting
Dale> policy. I am pretty sure that I need a better way to keep track
Dale> of the ebb and flow of said policy.
Christian> This was the exact reason why I started to document all
Christian> policy changes/discussions in the "POLICY WEEKLY"
Christian> postings. As these postings are sent to both lists
Christian> (debian-policy and debian-devel) every Debian developer can
Christian> keep track of current policy issues (even before they
Christian> become official). If you read something in the POLICY
Christian> WEEKLY on debian-devel which you would like to have changed
Christian> in the last minute, you can just subscribe to debian-policy
Christian> and mention your complaints.
Christian> I know that the POLICY WEEKLY postings are probably a bit
Christian> large for emails. That's why I always create an online
Christian> version too. It's available at
Beck's Postulate: Murphy was an optimist.
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