Re: Why Debian's webpages aren't DFGS-free ?
James A. Treacy said:
> On Wed, Feb 02, 2000 at 09:09:39AM -0800, Joey Hess wrote:
> > James A. Treacy wrote:
> > > I don't care about this issue (got too many things going on at once). Come to
> > > a consensus about what to do and someone do it.
> > Well I hope _someone_ gives a damn about little things like our social
> > contract!
> People need to remember that the web content is the responsibility of
> everyone. Most of the people on this list (including you, Joey) have
> CVS access. If you see a small problem, fix it. If you see a bigger
> problem, discuss it on debian-www and then fix it.
> I apologize for being a bit rude, but I can't maintain the web pages
> by myself.
OK, if it's all right by everyone I'll get something going so that the
web pages are DFSG compliant. This doesn't mean I make the decision all
by myself or do all the work, but I can act as a central point and make
sure this does happen.
I'll use the email list debian-www for discussion. We'll come up with
something then I'll commit the changes to the CVS (After talking to Jay
about the best time to do a total rebuild).
If everyone is ok by this, don't bother Jay anymore about it, bother me.
Of course he can contribute. I'll give it a day or so to allow for
timezones and if noone screams then I'll assume it's a task for me.
I guess the main questions are:
1) What should the license be?
2) Who needs to "bless" it?
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