Hi, I think we should rephrase item #1, it sounds quite harsh right now. Furthermore, I suggest to drop the second item of the policy, because its motivation was that every consultant has to list two other means of contact, chosen from the list. We've dropped that requirement, so I think that this list doesn't make sense anymore. Instead, we should only require that any URL provided is not an official *.debian.org one. The second part of the text (Removals and modifications of entries) should probably also explain how to add an entry. So this is my proposal, including all modifications mentioned above: Policy for Debian's consultants page ==================================== 1. Mandatory contact information You must provide a working e-mail address and answer e-mails sent to you within four weeks at most. You are not allowed to use your official @debian.org address, as required by the DMUP. 2. Further contact information If you'd like to provide an URL, please note that you cannot use an official *.debian.org domain, according to the DMUP. 3. Multiple cities/regions/countries Every consultant has to choose in what country (only one) they want to be listed. They can choose only one address to be mentioned, but they can of course mention additional cities, regions or countries on their additional info or on their website. Additions, modifications, and removals of entries ================================================= If you wish to have your company added to this page, please mail the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org: * Name * Company * Address * Phone * Fax * Email * URL * Rates * Additional information, if any A request for an update of the consultant's information should be sent to email@example.com, preferably from the e-mail address mentioned on the consultants page (http://www.debian.org/consultants). If the above criteria are no longer met, the consultant should receive a warning message that they are about to be removed from the listing, unless they fulfill all criteria again. There should be a grace period of four weeks. Some parts (or all) of the consultant's information can be removed if it doesn't comply with this policy anymore or on the maintainers' discretion. Cheers, -- Tobias Recursion: n., see Recursion.
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