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Re: Third call for votes for the debian project leader election 2006



On Thursday 06 April 2006 16:38, JC Helary wrote:
> On 2006/04/06, at 23:18, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis) wrote:
> > Also even if -from an outsiders perspective- the jargon used is
> > quirky and
> > strange. I have to wonder:
> > if one is not even willing to look at the jargon used by the
> > project from
> > the projects point of view. Then why on earth would one be applying to
> > NM-process in the first place? And how on earth would one expect to
> > pass
> > the philosyphy and procedures part of the process?
>
> Which is the reason why this whole thread started.
>
> Why is it that active contributors would have to go through all this
> to have a right to vote in the Project Leader's election ?

the only questionable part about the whole NM process for translators as 
opposed to package maintainers would be the tasks and skills portion asking 
for deep packaging knowledge and related things such as compiling.

I have absolutely no problem with requiring that people who get to vote in 
Debian first have to go to a process that examines whether they accept and 
understand general Debian philosophy and goals.

That's the same for non-DD package maintainers, they don't get to vote 
either, unless they go through NM
-- 
Cheers, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis)
  
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