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Re: d-d-a abuse, was Re: Position Statement to the Dunc-Tanc "experiment"

On Thu, 26 Oct 2006, [iso-8859-2] Miros?aw Baran wrote:

Please stop abusing the debian-devel-announce, this is not acceptable.

I can not see any abuse of d-d-a.  The mail is well thought, written
in a style that is by far less offending than todays standard and has
a major point concerning Debian development.

If you just cannot stand the fact that the majority of the developers that
happen to be interested in voting just out-voted you in regard of the
Dunc-Tank, fine.

Even if I'm continue to be in favour of paying DDs in "critical times"
I'm not blind about the harm the whole affair did to Debian and I want
to thank these people that they asked for kind of a journal as it is
done in experiments to enable us to learn from it.  My  personal opinion
is that the experiment is close to fail the goal of making Debian's
cycle more predictable.  So I'm keen on hearing an hopefully objective
report from the experimentators.  I admit I have underestimated the
effect of a suggestion that I regarded reasonable and straightforeward
in my eyes.

So please stop flaming and I hope that Debian as a project is strong
enough to go strengthened through this time.

Kind regards



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