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Re: DFSG-violations and NEW and DFSG-violations and I would fix them, but...

Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org> writes:

>> The typical situation here is that code that has the same set of DFSG
>> bugs is already in place and so it is questionable of what a reject
>> really achieves (i.e. does the archive become more DFSG-compliant or
>> not) and quite typically fixes some RC bugs (not always trashing
>> people's hardware).
> This does not seem to be a position universally held by the ftp team

What is the designated way for escalating a dispute like this with

With "Like this" I mean packages that have been held back in NEW for a
very long time without response or REJECTED with an reason not
acceptable to the maintainer? Does mediating this kind of issues fall
under the authority of the TC, or should they be escalated rather to the

Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4

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