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Re: Use of the BTS for managing sponsorship

On Tue, 2002-08-27 at 10:31, Peter Palfrader wrote:
> > But aj is using people like you to tell me "you have no consensus, I
> > won't create what you want" ... sorry, but by beeing unconstructive
> > here, you just block my work.
> Sorry, I had the impression you asked for opinions on the subject. I
> apologize if I was mistaken.
> I'll shut up now.

I don't mean to sound preachy or to act like a leader here (something
I'm clearly not), but let's keep the discussion centered and refrain
from using sarcasm and agressiveness in both sides of the issue.

Debian is well known for it's cooperative nature, so let's cooperate
now, even if that means _not to agree_

Let's keep it clear for people who are reading the thread now:
the mais issue is using the BTS for handling sponsor requests/responses,
instead of using the informal mailing to debian-mentors or the
'unofficial' CGI (both have been working, to some extent, until now).

Raphael Hertzog, Peter Palfrader, AJ, and others, I don't know you and I
don't mean to be rude or pretend I have any power over either of you
(again, I obviously don't), but you could be more concise and just make
up a list of Pro's and Con's for each system, then we could stand on
that to make our (your) decision, without appealing to non-contructive
sarcasm and irony.

If what I'm proposing sounds THAT bad, please ignore me instead of
offending me, thanks a lot.
I realy hope I can be of any use regarding this issue, even though I'm
in NM queue right now.


Leo Costela
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