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Re: Accepted mindi-partimagehack 0.6.2-2.1 (i386 source)

On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 04:52:13PM -0700, Joshua Kwan wrote:
> Amaya Rodrigo Sastre wrote:
> > mindi-partimagehack (0.6.2-2.1) unstable; urgency=low
> > .
> >   * NMU to fix libraries fuckup.
> Please, people, can we keep changelog entries more or less G-rated?
> You can curse bugs all you want on IRC, but remember that stuff like 
> this gets seen by important people who may want to judge Debian based on 
> things like this. And it's really not worth it, heh.
> I've recently found myself censoring some of Zephaniah Hull's angsty gpm 
> changelog entries...
> -- 
> Joshua Kwan
Hi Joshua,
is there a policy about language useage? Althougth I'd expect that
Debian would disallow language that expresses discrimination against
anyone or group.  Would you advoate self-censorship? Or a more formal policy?
This is related to the recent debate about the use of formal vs informal
language in some documents.


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