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Re: Intent to mass-file bugs: FDL/incorrect copyright files

On Thu, Nov 18, 2004 at 10:10:28AM +0100, Romain Francoise wrote:
> Brian Nelson <pyro@debian.org> writes:
> >> 4. Overrule a Developer (requires a 3:1 majority).
> >> 
> >> The Technical Committee may ask a Developer to take a particular
> >> technical course of action even if the Developer does not wish to;
> >> this requires a 3:1 majority. For example, the Committee may
> >> determine that a complaint made by the submitter of a bug is
> >> justified and that the submitter's proposed solution should be
> >> implemented.
> > Removal of a document from a package would be a technical course of
> > action, no?
> Er, I don't think so.  If so, it would mean every change to a package is
> a "technical course of action", giving the ctte omnipotence over every
> aspect of Debian packaging.

Well, yeah, but they only exercise that power to resolve disputes.

In any case, I think the GFDL is too well entrenched in Debian for the
ctte to be summoned.  A GR is the only reasonable way to decide what to
do with it.

For every sprinkle I find, I shall kill you!

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