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Re: Bits from the ftpmasters

* martin f krafft (madduck@debian.org) [050217 11:35]:
> also sprach Anthony Towns <aj@azure.humbug.org.au> [2005.02.17.0252 +0100]:
> > That, eg, you can't manage to think about apt 0.6 without wanting
> > to move the topic to ftpmaster bashing just confirms that
> > assumption.

> I was trying to move forward in the way I would have moved forward
> if I had to get things done quickly; I was told to stop because
> things are to be done in public, despite my rationale explaining how 
> I wanted to avoid discussions and be productive.

_Nobody_ prevents you to create your own mailinglist and discuss things
there.  Feel free to do it.  However, don't expect that anybody is
forced to subscribe there.  If your proposals are good, they might be
accepted.  Discussing things with people that _have_ experience in the
relevant topics might have some positive influence on both the result
and the acceptance by the relevante maintainers / delegates.  That's
all, rest is your call.

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