Re: Bug reports of DFSG violations are tagged 'lenny-ignore'?
Luk Claes <email@example.com> writes:
> Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> > Hmm. I am not so sire it is nonsense. Yes, the release
> > team is not alone in this, and, really, all of us are somewhat to
> > blame for not helping the kernel team fix the DFSG violations.
> > But I don't think that the release team is blameless, either,
> > since they decided to release with DFSG violating code.
> We didn't decide to release yet...
That's not the point being made: As I understand Manoj's point, it is
that tagging a bug ‘lenny-ignore’ is an active decision that a
particular bug, even if it represents a DFSG violation, will not be
considered in the decision to release.
To that extent, it *is* making the decision that it is acceptable to
release Debian with DFSG-violating works, in advance of the decision
to actually release.
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