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Re: Bits from the ftpmasters

also sprach Andreas Barth <aba@not.so.argh.org> [2005.02.19.1411 +0100]:
> _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.

I did, and I never forced anyone to subscribe, did I. As a result of
the mayhem that resulted from the creation of the list, my
motivation got immersed into glycerine. So at this point, I am not
going to be the one moving forward. The list still exists, some have
subscribed, I'd be ready to go. The rest is up to the others that
want to contribute.

And for what it's worth: while I would prefer to get going in
a smaller audience, get to some sort of base level, and then take
things public, I won't object to using a crowded list for this.
Let's hope we don't get strung up on tiffs before even getting

> 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.

No, it's not. It's Florian's. He's the chair. I stepped into the
spotlight, which was not my intention. I would ask Florian to
please take things from here so I can move to the back and help
quietly (which is what I initially wanted to do).

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