Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting
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Matthew Garrett <email@example.com> wrote:
>> You'll figure out that the timing for this new policy is absolutely
>> perfect; we're a week away from the voting period for the new DPL
>> term. The current DPL can't (and won't, obviously) do anything about
>> it, and the candidates signed the proposal.
> I haven't signed the proposal. I'm undecided on the technical side of
Sorry, I simplified the statement a bit.
> things (I'd rather see a list of the problems that are being solved, and
> a description of how these proposals fix those problems), and I think
> the way the meeting and conclusions were announced was fairly
That's the very least we can say about it, yes.
>> I should add that the
>> Vancouver meeting was announced at the very last minute, too. And I'm
>> wondering, who paid for the travel expenses ? Did the people involved
>> pay out of their own pocket ? Did the Project pay ? Did somebody else
>> pay the bill ?
> As mentioned in
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2005/03/msg00015.html , the
> funding came from NUUGF. As far as I know, the project spent no money on
For once, it was actually documented. I read the announcement quickly
when I received it, and didn't remember that bit. Thanks for pointing
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