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off-topic, who is entitled to make recommendations (Was: Re: Debian needs more buildds. It has offers. They aren't being accepted.)

"Bernhard R. Link" <blink@informatik.uni-freiburg.de> wrote:

> * John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org> [040213 15:09]:
>> He said "inappropriate from a non-developer".  That is the part I'm
>> reacting to.  It should not matter whether a person is a developer or
>> not; if it's inappropriate, it's inappropriate, and the person's status
>> as a developer has no bearing on the question.
> Huh?
> While I agree that status should not be of any important, there are
> things where beeing part of an organisation makes difference.
> For example:
> For me as European stating how ridiculous some US politicans
> are is one thing. Writing open papers that they should remove
> one of their officals would simply be inappropriate...

(I am not supporting or critizing the idea of removing people from
their position, I have no opinion as I do not consider me enough to do

As European stating how *ridiculous* some USA, French, Italian,
English (... to be continued) politicians can be, I do not
see any problem to recommend firing these *ridiculous* naughty
persons. I fact, it would be hypocritical to pretend not being do
that, unless you express an ultra-nationalistic point of view saying
something like 'this people got crappy leaders but they deserve

Mathieu Roy

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