Re: ddtp: new notifications mails, opt-in or opt-out?
>>>>> "Christian" == Christian Kurz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Christian> I'm impressed to see that now a consensus for all
Christian> developers is made by the minority of developers
Christian> discussing about features or solutions in a lengthy
Christian> discussion on debian-devel instead of having a vote,
Christian> announced on -devel-announce. May I suggest that the
Christian> next vote for the DPL will then also be dropped and
Christian> instead we discuss this on debian-devel, since
Christian> according to your mails the consensur for this could
Christian> also be made by a lengthy discussion on this mail
Christian> instead of relying on old vote-mechanismen for getting
Christian> a consensus?
voting != judging consensus. Generally voting is what you do when you
fail to reach a consensus or when the issue is such that relying on
consensus would be inappropriate.