Re: -= PROPOSAL =- Release sarge with amd64
On Fri, 16 Jul 2004 02:16:00 +0200, Goswin von Brederlow
> If a vaild GR (or ctte or dpl decision for that matter) is held and
> turns out against you there is not much you can do. You either back
I can't act against the GR, no. I won't break the rules (as
required by the constitution that I have agreed to follow).
> down and follow the decision or you resign. If you just ignore it
> you are violating the constitution and social contract you said you
> would uphold and then you should be removed from the role in which
> you violate it [which would be sad indeed].
As a team member, I don't have to do anything. I am not
preventing the action being taken -- other members of the team can do
it. I just refuse to act against my best judgement.
> Thats how groups work. Sometimes you have to compromise or the group
> has to split.
If you want to force me to work in a fashion I do not agree
with, you have to pay my going rates -- and _maybe_ I'll do it.
> PS: I greatly value the work you have done but I don't like this
> "I'm above the law' kind attitude.
Wrong. The "law" defends precisely my position. It says
explicitly that y'all can't make me do anything, GR or no GR. This
is an essential element of Debian, a volunteer organization.
Why do so many foods come packaged in plastic? It's quite uncanny.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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