Hi, On Mittwoch, 28. Januar 2015, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote: > It seems at least from my perspective that the LTS team is a loosely > defined consortium of individuals which makes sharing the embargoed > information problematic. If I have an embargoed issue I think there's > usually no problem sharing that information privately with LTS'ers, but > right now there's no clear contact point for that. agreed > Nor do I have a good understanding of who is working on LTS. People are > hired by the hour, so if I send something to someone personally now it may > just be that they're not working on LTS this week. I do understand how you come to think this, but at least for me this is not true: while I do work some paid hours per month on LTS I also spent "my free time" on both LTS and (to a lesser degree) I'mm also willing to do security work (in "my free time") for wheezy (esp. for issues I fix in LTS first...) So in summary: I'm available (at least for coordination) for LTS things all the time. But I don't want to be the single LTS person in that role... > There's not really a > defined "team" that I could find. we should still fix this. > I would start with creating such a contact point, and make it clear who's > behind it. That makes sharing this information much more straightforward. agreed. > Subscription to distros list is per individual and we can certainly > nominate people for that, but I think it also depends on a clear > definition of which DD('s) that would be. agreed. cheers, Holger
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