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Re: Documentation and Sarge's Release Critical Policy



On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 10:07:41AM -0400, Jeremy Hankins wrote:
> J?r?me Marant <jmarant@free.fr> writes:
> > Quoting Jeremy Hankins <nowan@nowan.org>:
> >> J?r?me Marant <jmarant@free.fr> writes:
> 
> >>> This is why I'd prefer a case per study. Some invariants would be
> >>> acceptable (like Free Software advocacy), others not.
> >> 
> >> My goodness.  And we thought we already had flame-war problems!
> >
> > We don't agree? So what?
> 
> Oh, I certainly disagree with you, but that wasn't my point -- others
> are doing a fine job of making that argument.  But if I did agree with
> you, can you imagine the flame wars that would result if we had to
> decide, on a case-by-case basis, whether or not Debian could permit
> and/or support various invariant screeds?  I have a feeling l.d.o
> would simply explode!

One could argue that by definition, anything Debian distributes is
non-secondary. I don't really want to go there, though.

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