Re: Debian's Linux kernel continues to regress on freedom
On 11140 March 1977, Faidon Liambotis wrote:
> You're not checking for copyright violations or for non-free stuff in
> all other packages.
I wonder what I did to all those thousands of packages I had in NEW in
> IMHO, it's not the ftp-master's job to check with each upload if a
> number of DDs follow the social contract as they should.
It *is* *THE* ftp-masters job to check each and every upload that ends
up in NEW before it hits the archive.
> If there is indeed a problem, we should try to solve this once and
> forever, shouldn't we?
If the kernel team has a good solution that lets us trust such a
*simple* mistake wont happen again - sure. I do *not* want to check it
every time if I can avoid it.
<liw> we have release cycles, that's why it takes so long to get a
release out; if we had release race cars, things would go a lot faster