Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Err, Would Evil DPL actually pay that much attention to the
Probably not, but who would hold them to the constitution?
Or would the constitution be rewritten to match DPL actions
after they've been actively working against its rules?
> And then, what is enough time? Even a
> wolf-organization can be cloaked in sheep skin long enough to fool
> most remote, or cursory, investigation. Balance that with
> procedural road block that a mandatory delay throws in the flow of
I agree that the delay is a pain when things are done right,
but I feel there should be some opportunity for public review
before a fanfare and donations start going to the new body.
> Also, I think the fact that it would take a while for the
> funds to start flowing, so Evil DPL would have to be in collusion
> with the givers too for the monies flowing to amount to much.=20
Not necessarily. Evil DPL would only need to know that there is
a substantial donation about to arrive that could be directed to
a recommended irresponsible body. For example, if they'd just
been asked where a donation should go.
This transfer of power to the DPL from the DPL+SPI together still
looks unnecessary, a bit ugly and would make donations to debian
Laux nur mia opinio: vidu http://people.debian.org/~mjr/
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