Re: Disputes between developers - content, draft #4
>>"Chris" == Chris Lawrence <email@example.com> writes:
Chris> IMHO this is much more likely to be effective if you first get a
Chris> consensus that there is, in fact, a problem that needs to be dealt
Chris> with. The posts in the other thread suggest you haven't got such an
Chris> I also believe the technical committee is an inappropriate organ to be
Chris> making such a pronouncement, particularly since this is an inherently
Chris> non-technical matter. Then again, since the tech committee best
Chris> reflects the concept embodied in our constitution that us mere
Chris> developers shouldn't be trusted to run the project in any way, shape,
Chris> or manner, I'm hardly surprised.
Chris> My recommendation: either find a consensus that this is needed, or
Chris> propose it as a general resolution. For now, I personally don't see
Chris> the problem as severe enough to justify such a document, and nothing
Chris> in this discussion has convinced me in the least to change this view.
I concur heartily.
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Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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