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Re: Usage of Debian Structure Documentation, Social Contract etc



* Peter Cowley 

(I'm Cc-ing you because I assume that you are not on the list)

|    Anyway, to cut a long story short, someone mentioned the structure
|    that the Debian community uses and I would be very keen to be able to
|    use most of your community's structures and rules etc as a base for
|    our own, but don't want to steal it off your web site, instead I'd
|    like to ask your community, if it is OK to use your stuff as a basis
|    for our own organisational structure (with appropriate credits of
|    course).

Sure, go ahead.  Gentoo has done a bit of this with their social
contract, http://www.gentoo.org/main/en/contract.xml .  I think doing
things the way they have done it is perfectly acceptable, and if I'd
understood you correctly, you want to do something similar.  So: go
ahead.

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