Re: why Ian Jackson won't discuss the "disputes" document draft with me
Manoj Srivastava writes ("Re: why Ian Jackson won't discuss the "disputes" document draft with me"):
> I posit then that there is no indication that these are
> anywhere close to the views of the techmnical committee, since there
> has been absolutely no discussion of far less the contents, but even
> the intent of creating such a document on the committee mailing list.
If you looked more closely, you'd see that the head article of this
whole discussion was posted to debian-ctte:
Indeed, I'm puzzled as to how you, Manoj, can claim that `there has
been absolutely no discussion of [...] the contents' on the ctte list,
when you yourself have discussed the contents there ! See:
Note my very first introductory paragraph:
I've noticed, mainly due to getting closer to disputes due to greater
tech-ctte activity, that some disputes are getting really quite
dysfunctional. So, I wrote the draft below. Let me know what you
think. If people like it we can post it to d-d-a and I'll write it up
for a web page, or we can put it in the developers' reference, or
> Can I too start writing up documents and claim that they ar4e
> joint recommendations of the Technical committee?
You seem to have missed the word DRAFT which is plastered all over it.
As in, we're currently at the `what do people think of this document'
stage. And, loud as you and Branden are, I'm still not convinced that
people dislike it.