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Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting

On Monday 14 March 2005 17:02, Marc Haber wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 10:21:39 -0500, Stephen Gran <sgran@debian.org>
> wrote:
> >So far as I can tell, the governing rule in Debian thus far has always
> >been that the people doing the work get to make the decisions about
> >their corner of the project.  I don't see that that's going to change
> >any time soon, and I don't particularly think it should.
> The problem is that it is extremely hard to be allowed to do any work
> for Debian, and I think that should change. I know of two core teams
> in Debian which have more than half of their members in an in-active
> state. This is bad. People who are not doing any actual work should
> resign and allow themselves to be replaces with people who are eager
> to do work and to take responsibility.

As long as you don't provide pointer to relevant material this sounds like hte 
earlier claim, that Martin Schulze is the only active security team member 
because his DSA announcements are the only ones posted[1].

Regards, David
[1] I'm exaggerating a little bit here.
- hallo... wie gehts heute?
- *hust* gut *rotz* *keuch*
- gott sei dank kommunizieren wir über ein septisches medium ;)
 -- Matthias Leeb, Uni f. angewandte Kunst, 2005-02-15

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