Re: getting personalities out of the FSF-Debian argument
On 2003-09-11, Branden Robinson <email@example.com> wrote:
> If we were to elect a person to serve in this role, I suggest we permit
> people to self-nominate for a period, and then the Developers can elect
> one using the procedure described in the Debian Constitution. ...
Depending on the intentions, this may be a bit heavier than
needed: if we just want someone to represent the concensus of
debian-legal, without making binding commitments, couldn't there just
be an informal process of acclamation?
> (Incidentally, if RMS can't keep up with all the messages addressed to
> him, then I must wonder why *my* messages addressed to debian-legal are
> a problem in particular. But I digress.)
Let me add my name to the list of people who would be disappointed to
see you stop posting on this subject.