Re: debian-private declassification team (looking for one)
* Stefano Zacchiroli <email@example.com> [100625 12:57]:
> Apparently ATM we don't have the energy to do that. That is just fine:
> we are all volunteers and we cannot be forced to do specific stuff.
> Still, we need to show our honesty, clarify our willingness to implement
> our decision, and make clear the needed conditions for that GR to be
> implemented. I believe that the wiki page and the pointer to it from the
> vote page are enough of a message in that respect.
> If anything, this episode might also help us realize that before voting
> on a matter (or proposing to vote on a matter) we should think twice at
> the possibility of keeping up with what the vote entails.
> .oO( "vote is cheap, show me the volunteers" ?)
Even if not acted on, the vote still has the advantage that it specifies
a proper process. We do not need any heated discussions next time and
noone can claim they did not know something like this would happen with
their mail. And if someone complains they cannot quote some publically
or use in some scientific paper they can be told they just need to
I might be too much looking at Debian from the inside, but I never
considered it to have any effect without volunteers willing to do so.
Bernhard R. Link