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Re: Bug mass filling

On Thu, Oct 19, 2006 at 10:37:38PM +0200, Andreas Barth wrote:
> * Mike Hommey (mh@glandium.org) [061019 22:29]:
> > [another agression]
> Sorry, but enough is enough. I'm fed up about your sudden agressions
> towards me for no reason at all. Welcome to my killfile.
Hi Andi,
from my perspective, I see this:
DD's trying to use Debian policy as a guide to make all packages pass
policy requirement. Is this not what they are tasked to do ? They see
inconsistencies between RM's understanding of these and their goals. And
they seem to say that if someone would alter, fix, change or clarify
policy, they could have a clear goal for them to reach release targets.
This way they would not be confused about the unclear judgments that
they are reading from RM's and won't bother them for further questions
that waste everyones time and patience. I dont see this as an attack on
RM's, I see it as folks wanting help to reach release goals and want
someone to just clarify policy. Now if nobody clarifies policy, they
have to get guidance from the only people who can: RM's. If there is
some reason why the RM's are not able/willing to do this, then that
leads to only further frustration and no progress, as witnesses by this
and other threads. So, if someone can just update, clarify, fix, or in
someway address this, please lets focus on the real goal: liw's tattoo!
have a nice day!
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