Re: Debian UK
On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 08:58:59AM -0400, Stephen Frost wrote:
> * Sven Luther (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 07:52:40AM -0400, Stephen Frost wrote:
> > > What makes it even worse is that on debian.org websites we claim to not
> > > sell products yet at the *Debian* booth at whichever UK expos DUS goes
> > > to we *are* selling products. It seems pretty likely that the sponsored
> > > booth is in Debian's name, either explicitly or as Debian-UK with the
> > > assumption that Debian-UK is the UK branch of Debian.
> > I saw products being sold at LinuxTag's debian booth, and saw no major problem
> > with that.
> Great, then perhaps you'd support a move for Debian to become a
> commercial entity. I suspect you're in the minority but I'd be happy to
> be wrong.
I guess that simply means that you have no clue what a comercial entity is :)
See my other mail.
> > If the proposal is good, it will either be adopted, or we can vote on this,
> > but i guess this would further ridiculie us in the face of the world than this
> > thread already does.
> I think we'd have to vote on it, personally.. Perhaps not though.
> I do think we should do some research into what our current donars would
> think of such a change in policy though. Either way I think it's certainly
> a fair question to ask of ourselves and don't feel asking it would
> somehow be of detriment to Debian.
Sure, but not over an internal disput of those UK guys :)