Le lundi, 6 janvier 2014, 16.21:52 Ian Jackson a écrit : > I think the constitutional position of the policy team is as follows: > > They are a package maintainer team. They normally make their > decisions themselves under 3.1.1. I think that framing the policy team primarily into a package maintaining team is unwarrantedly limited: the "Debian policy" is primarily a reference document much more than its massaging into a package . As the work of that team has quite some impact on the rest of the developers' work , I feel it is perfectly normal that it is delegated, and therefore don't understand how Lucas' latest delegation suddenly became a constitutional problem in your eyes. Cheers, OdyX  How the Debian policy is shipped in the debian-policy package is indeed "packaging work", but I see that as an almost-completely separate activity.  Policy becomes encoded into lintian checks, which then can become FTP-master auto-rejects; making the compliance effectively mandatory.
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