On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 00:05:45 +0100 Andrew Suffield <email@example.com> wrote: > > Seriously, I'd appreciate some references to "less than thorough" and > > "wrongheaded" actions by AMs. The process isn't going to get better > > without some open dialog about what it is that went wrong, and why the > > situation is the way it is today. > > Now this gets tricky. We don't have a policy about confidentiality, > but I'm always fairly careful about what I discuss with who, and I > expect others are too. There's also a fair quantity of stuff in the > debian-private archives. Indeed. I only talked to the AMs privately for the four occasions where I witnessed less than good fulfillment of responsibility. All of those situations ended with good conclusions (two AMs re-evaluating their applicants and getting them to study better, and two AMs re-evaluating their applicants and rejecting them), but I would not be willing to discuss it with anybody else without damned good reason.
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