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Re: something related to the soc-ctte

Kevin Mark <kevin.mark@verizon.net> writes:
> the tech ctte seems to have people use regular email address and
> discusses things in public, will the soc-ctte be different? My
> idea you say is bad because it follows something like the tech-ctte in
> this regard, as I see it, which is the basis for the soc-ctte, so far.
> Is that accurate? 

The issues the ctte discusses are technical and reflect the person's
technical decisions. The issues are mostly "should maintainer A do X
or Y". The issues a social committee would discuss are social and
reflect a person's social skills. The issues would be "should
we take some action on maintainer A for doing X." I find these two
areas very different. YMMV, of course.

Granted, now that I've thought about it, you could always say that a
public mailing list would be the same thing as a BTS pseudo package.
Is having a repository of people having at one point of their life
poor social skills as defined by the Debian project a good thing?

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