On Tuesday 08 February 2005 21:35, Nick Phillips wrote: > > 3. Website > > If an URL is provided, the consultant must mention their > > Debian-related work on the website. The Debian distribution must be > > mentioned explicitly, together with a link to www.debian.org. > > There was clearly no consensus that this is an acceptable position to > take, and you should not take it. If you feel strongly that sites like > the one you mentioned above should not be listed, then maybe you could: > > * point out that a URL need not be provided > * request that URLs that are provided link to a site which contains at > least some description of the consulting service offered > * /suggest/ that explicit mention of Debian and a link to www.debian.org > would be appreciated > > You will get far better results this way. There is no way on earth > that a large professional company is going to change their website > just because you are going to remove them from this list if they > don't. A polite request is more likely to get the desired response. OK, I get your point. As I've mentioned in my reply to MJ Ray, I assumed that there would be some more discussion about this point. I should have made this clearer in the intro text. Cheers, -- Tobias Never trust a man who can count to 1023 on his fingers.
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