Re: task & skills
On Monday 04 December 2000 00:13, Neal H Walfield wrote:
> I help develop and help maintain the Hurd. As
> such, it is important to me the direction it takes. What is also
> important to me is having a voice in the Debian project (of which the
> Hurd is a part -- at least the front page of Debian makes that claim).
> Sure, I can post to mailing lists and make my opinion known, however, I
> cannot vote. Thus, what happens when there is a vote about the Hurd (or
> in general). Will other developers working and maintaining the Hurd not
> have a voice? Or what if I wish to call a vote? Or propose an amendment?
Yes. You right at this point and this is a problem.
But what would be happen if tenths of new maintaners, accepted by theirs good
intensions only, decide to vote for something wrong about the GNU Debian/Hurd
project and against you, only from this reason they never did any package
which works also under the Hurd? Which situation is better for you?
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