Re: security in testing
On Thu, 15 May 2003 01:08:07 +0200, Björn Stenberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Don Armstrong wrote:
>> Debian will always be for whoever the people contributing to Debian
>> are willing/want it to be for. No more, no less.
> Naturally, since it's free software. But saying "Debian is what we
> make it" doesn't answer the question what you _want_ it to be, only
Heh. When I tell you what _I_ want it to be, you dismiss it as
a joke. Or is it the case that you only want to hear what you want
the snawer to be?
> what has been done.
> Surely between the appointed leader, techical committee, policy
> committee, quality assurance team and the release management, there
> is some sort of shared idea of where Debian is heading?
And pray how can these august bodies (BTW, there is no policy
committee, just a mailing list) make things happen? Or lead the
project in any particular direction? By withholding our christmas
> This is, after all, more than just a herd of cats.
How on earth did you get that quaint idea? If you want a
universally held firm direction, go read the social contract. That
is as close as you are going to get.
"A slower system is better than an incorrect one." Mark Diekhans
Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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