Re: Invite to join the Release Team
Clint Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> [Adding and M-F-T-ing -project]
> On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 10:04:58AM +0100, Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt wrote:
>> I want to point out that Luk's mail was not in any way discussed in the
>> release team. I think it is horrible.
>> I welcome everyone to critize the release team. I would prefer help, of
>> course, but on the other hand, I do understand that people can see a
>> problem, but don't have the time to fix. It would be nice if such
>> criticism would be sent directly to the release team, and bluntly
>> point out what the problem is, as that makes it easier to work on the
> Okay, so when there is a mysterious release team meeting in Cambridge,
> and there is no discussion or planning of it on debian-release, or
> #debian-release, or anywhere else public that I can see, and there is
> zero evidence that it was planned or happened on official channels,
> and at least two of the participants (or whom I assume were participants)
> tell me that transparency is either completely unimportant or
> low-priority, and the DPL-2IC team seems to favor the opposite of
> transparency, how is one supposed to know about this meeting in
> time to complain about it? How and why should one complain to the
> release team directly?
> Were you there? Were Debian funds spend on this endeavor? What
> happened there? Most importantly, why is it all so secretive?
Did I miss a response to these questions? I'm interested to know the
answer to at least two of them.