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Re: Team have veto rights, because they can just refuse the work anyway?

Em Seg, 2005-08-22 às 10:07 -0500, Manoj Srivastava escreveu:
> On Sun, 21 Aug 2005 23:29:51 +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@hungry.com> said: 
>         The constitution states that no developer can have "democratic
>  control" imposed on them at all. Indeed, I reject any such control
>  over anything I do for Debian. Feel free to ask me to be replaced.

The constitution also states that no developer can work actively against
the implementation of such a decision made by the project[0]. Not doing
the work and not letting anyone else do it would constitute 'working
actively againt'.

I don't think that's a reason to ask that you be replaced; you haven't
done such a thing. I do reject such a control over what I do for Debian,
also, btw.

See ya,

[0]: Nothing in this constitution imposes an obligation on anyone to do
work for the Project. A person who does not want to do a task which has
been delegated or assigned to them does not need to do it. However, they
must not actively work against these rules and decisions properly made
under them. -- http://www.nl.debian.org/devel/constitution.en.html

kov@debian.org: Gustavo Noronha <http://people.debian.org/~kov>
Debian:  <http://www.debian.org>  *  <http://www.debian-br.org>

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