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Re: xearth debian developer database decision

Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net> wrote:
> It seems to me that the approach here should be to find a "limited" set of
> data about maintainers, that we can all agree to publishing. I can see
> someone complaining about a list of names and email addresses, but they
> already exist, so it seems that this is the "starting" point for
> negotiations. Does anyone in the group object to having a database of
> names, email addresses, and LAT LON coordinates of home rounded to the
> nearest degree? Beyond that, can anyone think of some other information
> that would be valuable to the general public? (I can't come up with
> anything free from objection)

Privacy is indeed a sticky issue, but I think it's the responsibility
of the person not to release such information into Debian.  For the 
most part, all of our information is publically visible (if not
presented in a trivially accessible form).


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