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Re: About expulsion requests

On Tue, Apr 11, 2006 at 06:49:18PM +0200, Henning Makholm wrote:
> Scripsit Sven Luther <sven.luther@wanadoo.fr>
> >> So far as I can tell, the decision to make the first message public or
> >> semi-public has been a decision taken by the people who chose to start it,
> >> not by the process, and changing the process isn't going to address that
> >> problem (unless, I suppose, there's some ban in the process for starting
> >> that way, but that gets rather tricky).  Since Debian's mailing lists are
> > Simple, any request for expulsion which doesn't pass through the DPL or
> > whoever is in charge first before going public, is dismissed out of
> > hand,
> That would mean that if somebody _has_ done something that merits
> expulsion (knowingly uploading packages with trojaned backdoors in
> them is the clearest example that comes to mind) can avoid being
> expelled simply by bribing someone to start campaigning loudly and
> publicly for his expulsion.

No; those are expelled as per the DMUP, which does not involve this

Fun will now commence
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