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Re: Call for a new DPL mediation ... This will be the only thread i will reply to in the next time about this issue.

* Chris Waters (xtifr@debian.org) [060621 04:22]:
> On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 05:55:42PM -0700, Adam McKenna wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 05:09:10PM -0700, Chris Waters wrote:
> > > It doesn't matter!  The DPL has no authority in the matter!
> > He seems to think he does.  At least, he has authority to stop abuse
> > of the mailing lists if he thinks it's happening.
> I meant specifically the matter of SVN access.  Obviously the DPL has
> authority over the Debian mailing lists.
> > Do you know for a fact that a majority of the team members
> > are likely to quit, or have threatened to quit, if AJ (or a GR) restores
> > Sven's commit access?
> AJ (or a GR) cannot restore Sven's commit access.

A GR can definitly override any decision, and restore Sven's commit

> I know nothing about the positions of the d-i team or Sven or AJ.  I'm
> simply saying that if AJ or the project tried to tell *me* who could
> have access to a repository under *my* control, I would tell them, in
> very specific terms, where to shove it and how fast to spin.  :)

If the repository is hold on a debian.org-machine, it is definitly bound
by the rules of our constitution. If you don't like it, don't use debian


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