On Sun, Apr 20, 2003 at 05:35:14AM +0300, Richard Braakman wrote: > On Sat, Apr 19, 2003 at 11:29:38PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote: > > (Hrm, asking for someone to handle this results in a motion for it > > to be handled, and lots of seconds that aren't willing to actually do > > anything. How helpful.) > > That comment was unhelpful, and just discourages people from helping. > Speaking for myself, I was waiting for Branden to conclude that he > had enough seconds. Oh, I think Anthony's just trying to make it clear that the fact that he and I agree about something is the purest accident, and must not be taken as inductive evidence that he and I have anything else at all in common. He's got his dignity to protect, you know. :) Anyway, before going *full* steam ahead I'd like to see if we get any cries of anguish after my message gets covered in Debian Weekly News (which gets circulated among the broader community). However, Anthony's put together an excellent draft to guide us forward, and we can definitely be honing our arguments and marshaling our facts in the meantime. I run a Subversion repository at necrotic.deadbeast.net, and was considering housing the documents there. However a Project machine would likely be more appropriate, and since all developers would have accounts on it, it would be trivial to use the svn:// scheme with SSH tunneling. Thoughts? -- G. Branden Robinson | It just seems to me that you are Debian GNU/Linux | willfully entering an arse-kicking email@example.com | contest with a monstrous entity http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | that has sixteen legs and no arse.
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