Let's abandon debian-devel.
after unsubscribing from debian-vote, I had a bit of a thought about
debian-devel, which is hard to follow now, and suddenly I saw something very
clear. This year's freeze seems of an excellent quality and promises to be
brief. Is that thanks to debian-devel ? Not much. Excellent work is being
done on the Installer and is that thanks to debian-devel ? Not much. In 2010
when I was candidate to become DPL, I wrote that Debian was in growth crisis.
I think that it never has been so true. Places like debian-devel, which can be
instrumental in smaller projects, are very toxic in larger ones.
>From now on I will try to see if I can give to Debian the same quality of
contribution without being subscribed to debian-devel. And I invite you to
think about it and *not* to discuss it on this list.
With most of the work done on topic mailing lists, trolls lose the lever effect
they have when feasting on debian-devel or debian-vote. Let's make our project
stronger by reducing thr attack surface for troublemakers.
Debian Med packaging team,
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan