Re: ddtp: new notifications mails, opt-in or opt-out?
>> I was not talking about constantly calling for voting, but for important
>> changes like the ddts is introducing into debian. And having 10-20
>> people creating a consensus for all 700 and more developers is in my
>> opinion not acceptable.
>Then they should participate in the discussion.
I have not wanted to contribute to this ...prolonged discussion. But
if silence is to be taken as agreement with whoever shouts loudest, I
suppose I must stick my oar in.
If things are being done concerning my packges I want to know about it.
I do not want to risk missing information in which I might be interested,
therefore I prefer opt-out to opt-in.
Oliver Elphick Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk
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