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Re: bureaucracy (Re: Developer Status)

On Fri, Oct 24 2008, Giacomo A. Catenazzi wrote:

> Manoj Srivastava wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 23 2008, Giacomo A. Catenazzi wrote:

>>> The number of teams increment the bureaucracy (changing
>>> the proposal, coordination), and doesn't fit the Debian
>>> structure (role [proposers] vs. hierarchical [proposal]).
>>         Huh? The people Joerg talked to were people who would be
>>  affected by the proposal. For example, the secretary was called in to
>>  comment since this proposal would require changes in the coting
>>  pmechnism, and I was invited to give feedback on how big a change that
>>  would be.
>>         Also, he watned to ask about the constitutionality of the
>>  proposal.
>>         I don't see how this solicitation of early feedback in any way
>>  adds to the bureaucratic angle.
> Could you write it in a simpler manner. I think I understand your use
> of "solicitation", but Wikipedia writes (first sentence): "In the
> United States, solicitation is a crime". I don't think you mean that
> crime.

        "I do not think that asking for early feedback to make a
 proposal better has any bearing on how bureaucratic the actual process
 being proposed is."


Nothing is but what is not.
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org> <http://www.debian.org/~srivasta/>  
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