Re: Position Statement to the Dunc-Tanc "experiment"
On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 07:15:16PM +0100, Sven Luther wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 01:44:40PM -0300, Blu wrote:
> > On Thu, Nov 02, 2006 at 09:35:31PM -0300, calvesmit wrote:
> > > My name is Carlos Alberto, I come from Brazil, I'm just a Debian
> > > user, not developer. I had used other linux distributions before until found
> > > Debian. When other distribuition companies begins to
> > > put money in first place, I choosen Debian because its beautiful volunteer
> > > development model. It's seems to me the same it's happening in Debian,or at
> > > least, seeds are launched.
> > >
> > > Sorry for those who are being payd, but to me here outside Debian,
> > > I see peaple over there trying to find a way to make money with
> > > Debian; just doing it, nothing more! Debian always had a long release cycle
> > > and this never had being a problem for its community.
> > > What's happing today is completly against ideas lanched by Ian Murdock in
> > > early days of Debian. So, sounds very strange someone to argue start such
> > > project Dunk Tank in favor (supposed) to acelerate release cycle.
> > [...]
> > Exactly my feelings. Another simple user.
> > > Debian is more important than individuals interest and money! All you have
> > > to do is a new DPL election and let Debian shine.
> > Maybe you don't know, but there are a few GR which seems to indicate that
> > the majority of DDs supports the current trend of things and the actions
> > of the current DPL.
> Now, there is a majority of people who think we didn't want to recall the DPL,
> for a variety of reasons.
> This has nothing whatsoever to do with aproving of dunk-tank, or a blind
> promise to re-elect Anthony as DPL next year.
Well, in http://www.debian.org/vote/2006/vote_006 the winner is option 1
"Re-affirm DPL, wish success to unofficial Dunc Tank".
That doesn't look very neutral to me considering that there was an option
2 "Re-affirm DPL, do not endorse nor support his other projects".