Re: Josselin Mouette and Planet Debian
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Julien BLACHE wrote:
> I'd argue about that "official" thing that people have been using to
> qualify d-d-a. It's an announce list for developers, by
> developers. I'm not sure what's official in there. I'd tend to say
> anything "official" is project communication, that effectively goes to
d-d-a has 5700 subscribers  and is archived/mirrored around the
world. Non-developers by far outnumber developers in subscribing that
list. It doesn't really matter, if it's an 'officially endorsed' message
from the project or not, the point is it was an 'announcement' and it
was perceived as inappropriate (not only OT) by many.
> I essentially wanted to set the record straight as various things have
> been written about d-d-a and its purpose after Joss' post, here and
> elsewhere, mistaking d-d-a for d-a.
No doubt, the harm would have been bigger, if it had been posted to d-a
instead. But even then some would argue that it's not so bad, because it
could have been even worse...
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