Re: consultant entries that will be removed unless they "pong"
Adam McKenna <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sat, Jul 16, 2005 at 01:00:28AM +0100, Rich Walker wrote:
>> Why should Debian *advertise* the services of someone who will not
>> return the favour?
> Why should a consultant be *forced* to advertise for Debian in order to
> obtain listing in our directory? To me, this smacks of the kind of additional
> restriction that we would call 'non-free' if it were placed on a piece of
I get your point, but Debian is putting *commercial business* their
way, and attaching to their business a notional imprint of Debian
approval. If they cannot face acknowledging that people may come to them
because of this, then perhaps they should be buying advertising space
Anyway, and less commercially, I refer you to the other half of my
I hand the Debian consultants list to one of my colleagues, with a note:
"In the event of my untimely blah blah, try one of these guys to help
with the computer system".
They are forced to invoke this procedure for whatever reason.
The first few people whose web site they check do not appear to support
At what point do they decide the list is worthless?
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