Hi! Enrico Zini <email@example.com> writes: > I'd love it to see it eventually go a step up, like having some review > process by people with especially strong experience, and having them > published by an own blog (à-la debian-administration) where they can be > archived and searched. But that's just one of the many improvements the > idea can start to collect once it starts happening. I guess that could be especially valueable for DDs becoming interested in areas they have no experience in. If I start working on e.g. python packaging and am not a DD/DM I'll get lots of review but that would also be helpfull for DDs joining such a project -- getting used to the specialied tools and sub-policies. But it's of course not limited to that. I guess I'd make use of such a review posibility also in areas I eel rather comfortable. Regards Christoph -- 9FED 5C6C E206 B70A 5857 70CA 9655 22B9 D49A E731 Debian Developer | Lisp Hacker | CaCert Assurer A. Because it breaks the logical sequence of discussion Q. Why is top posting bad?
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