[Sven Luther] > To add to that, if i where Peter, i may feel slightly offended by the > tone of your reply as well as the content of it. I wasn't offended. AJ's tone wasn't derogatory - he made some observations and offered some advice. He's quite right that my views are not those of a developer, and that when I say I will "expect" something to happen, this is a user expectation, no more. It is also true that saying something is a red herring, without explaining why, is probably negligent. What I meant is this: the status of software which Debian does not ship (the software embedded in hardware) is outside the scope of the Social Contract, and thus it's not meaningful to argue about the status of software Debian ships by comparing the two. And if a comparison is not meaningful, introducing it into an argument constitutes a red herring. > You are the DPL, and as thus speak with the authority given by the > whole project He didn't use the firstname.lastname@example.org address. It was clear to me that he was speaking as a developer, not as the DPL.
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