Re: Position Statement to the Dunc-Tanc "experiment"
Drew Parsons writes ("Re: Position Statement to the Dunc-Tanc "experiment""):
> The first group, the minority, believes that any use of money to
> increase the time developers spend on Debian is always intrinsically a
> bad idea.
This an oft-repeated straw-man characterisation of dunc-tank's
opponents. It's completely unsupportable; if you read Joerg's
statement, it explains what the signatories feel is different about
dunc-tank. Would everybody please stop repeating the straw man.
(My name isn't at the bottom of the position statement, even though I
agree with it, because I was too slow to respond and also because I
wasn't convinced that prolonging the discussion was the right thing to
do given that the nay-sayers seem to have been comprehensively
outvoted. However, I cannot let this persistent mischaracterisation
of our views go unchallenged.)