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Bug#221386: marked as done (general: addresses for "section coordinators")

Your message dated Fri, 4 Apr 2008 18:47:41 +0200
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and subject line Re: Bug#221386: general: addresses for "section coordinators"
has caused the Debian Bug report #221386,
regarding general: addresses for "section coordinators"
to be marked as done.

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Package: general
Severity: wishlist

We know that xxxx@packages.debian.org will get one in touch with a
package maintainer.  But what if one wants to ask a question about a
whole "Section"?

Maybe there should be a person assigned for each Section [but what
about free/nonfree]

E.g. I want to ask the "coordinator of debian's hamradio section" if
there are any programs that can tell one what country a given call
sign is from, offline.

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I don't think we need this, for two reasons.  First, we don't want to create 
more maintainer bottlenecks.  And second, if you have questions about a 
specific field of use, there are user support groups for that.  Maintainers 
are not for user support.

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