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Re: http://www.debian.org/consultants/ policy

also sprach Noèl Köthe <noel@debian.org> [2004.11.01.2150 +0100]:
> > Why should I? I work locally and my clients refer each other to me.
> > That has worked for me for years.
> So you dont need to be listed there?;)

Well, I'd say 'touché', but I don't think so. Being listed there is
*is* helpful, and it's like a phone book entry. Being listed in the
phone book or on a reference page like this should not require a web
page, should it?

> I hope you all get my point.

No, not really.

> In the past we added everything, really everthing to this list
> whithout quality checks.:( They cannot be done whithout a mini
> policy, imho.

What does a web page have to do with quality of service, or even
with availability?

> We (Debian) should have a minimum of quality in this list or the
> list will become more or less useless for the user.

Well, I fundamentally agree. But then, please assess quality, and
not web presence.

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