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Re: Re-thinking Debian membership - take #1: inactivity - getting implemented

Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> In the past few days I've been in touch with Christoph Berg as a DAM
> representative, which has been implementing the inactivity proposal
> starting from the sample scripts of [1].  Then, DAM also had a first run
> of the inactivity test (i.e. 2 years without neither an upload nor a
> vote).
> Given that it was the first run, instead of directly removing the
> resulting account, DAM preferred to have a WAT run [2] on the accounts
> resulting from the inactivity test. The recent set of WAT-related
> resignations descended from that.
> I've been told that in the recent future the removal will become
> automatic de facto replacing WAT runs. DAM will probably post more
> details separately when that will happen.
That's great! Thanks to everyone involved.

BTW, I recall some complaints that WaT runs didn't happen often; there
over a hundred people in a needs-wat state in the MIA database without
action for months. Has this recently changed? Or is it something that
will change with the automatic runs that you speak of?


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