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Re: Proposal: s have a GR about the init system

On Sat, 26 Oct 2013 07:57:50 +0300
Uoti Urpala <uoti.urpala@pp1.inet.fi> wrote:

> I am no longer willing to assume that Steve Langasek would act in good
> faith in evaluating init systems; he has posted false claims about
> systemd too many times for me to believe they would all be honest
> mistakes, and has posted what has clearly been deliberate FUD. This
> independently of and in addition to any conflict of interest.

I don't see how that is relevant to the project. AFAICT you are not
directly involved in Debian and would have no vote if this did go to a
GR, neither are you involved in packaging systemd for Debian.




Whether or not the project has confidence in the Technical Committee has
nothing to do with your opinions, which are blatantly biased.

If there are people inside Debian (i.e. people who would have a vote
in a Debian GR or who are actively involved in packaging) who have no
confidence in the Debian Technical Committee to come to a fair decision
for the benefit of all of Debian then I would be concerned. That random
people not involved in Debian have prejudged individual members is of
no concern.

> > No matter what gets decided, some people aren't going to like it
> > and will complain.

True, but it's the people doing the work in Debian who matter in
respect of this decision. That is where the resolution of this problem
must take place - the opinions of those not doing any of the work,
ultimately, count for nothing.


Neil Williams

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