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Re: Bug#283578: ITP: hot-babe -- erotic graphical system activity monitor

Am 2004-12-02 00:39:12, schrieb Maciej Dems:
> Patrz? w ekran, a to Michelle Konzack pisze do mnie:
> > > someone maintains it. To the pictures - maybe we could avoid the
> > > problem by making the thing theme-able, distribute a unproblematic
> > > version (e.g. only down to the bikini) along some other nice pictures
> > > (sunrise, tree loosing trees). The program could then offer a link to
> > > a website where the user can easily download .tar.gz'ed themes which
> > > can be installed using drag 'n drop - and everyone would be happy.
> >
> > Agreed.  -  This is a first class suggestion.
> It solves only one-small-package-problem, not the more general issue.
> Threre should be some document (part of the Policy most probably) which 
> covers such situations if they emerge in the future. Otherwise some time 
> in the future we will have another two-hundred-posts-a-day tread 
> concerning simmilar topics.

I was thinking about this too.  I think, it is not enough to have
a note in the Package discription which let the $USER know it is
offensive stuff. My daughter (13 years) do not speak english (ok,
she is learning at school) but learn by doing... 

She know very well how to use 'apt-get' and 'aptitude' and had told
me some times bizzar stuff in Debian... 

> My suggestion (though I am not a DD) is to create the archive simmilar to 
> non-us, called eg. "controversial" (ok, its bad name - let somebody find 
> the other) and put there the stuff which fits (precisely defined) 
> criteria. My first proposition for them is: erotic (eg. hot-babe), 
> religious (bible) and pollitical (anarchist faq) content.

This is what I have already suggested with a seperated mirror.
Which must explicit selected like "non-US" or "security".

> The criteria should be accepted by GR or some appropriate commitee. This 
> way DD could decide in the most eficient way whether they want to have 
> debian legal in arabic countries or not (it is probably not possible to 
> make debian legal in every country in the world, nor it is a good thing, 
> so the "common sense" in this matter should be decided in the democratic 
> way)

Right, but using a seperatly Mirror can be very helpful.

> Regards
> Maciek


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