Re: Handling of (inactive) Debian Accounts
On Monday 12 February 2007 13:35:21 you wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2007, Steffen Moeller wrote:
> > While at the moment that I have just passed Tasks&Skills II, I consider
> > this to be possible but rather unlikely szenario. However, I presume that
> > in about 20-30 years from now when I got older this may well be true.
> > What do we have then - quantum computers? No keyboards any more (hope so)
> > ? But should just because I cannot compete with the young fellows I
> > should then be expelled from the society or lose my prior right to vote?
> > I think: Not!
> Then, how about we go fix the real problem and finally create a more
> fine-grained control of roles in Debian? People who do translation and doc
> work would welcome it a lot.
Maybe. However, if I wanted to do some real bad damage to our society (in
real life) then I could well be doing it fairly easily. There are some
security measures which would prevent me from doing such while sleeping, but
otherwise, I practically have the freedom to do so - any time - and I decide
against it. Debian should be like that, too. Paranoia is easy, but not
helpful if you actually want to live anywhere.
When coming up with a role model (e.g. a restriction in performing NMUs), then
it should help in becoming part of the society, not (poetically speaking) in