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Re: Debian services and Debian infrastructure

]] Lucas Nussbaum 

> On 21/01/14 at 15:07 +0000, Stephen Gran wrote:
> > I think there's quite a range of options between "DSA can't host
> > everything under the sun" and "I'll go set up a private parallel
> > development environment out of project funds without any further
> > discussion".
> I don't know who you are quoting here, but I never said that "I would go
> set up a private parallel development environment out of project funds".

If you think that's what sgran wrote, you might want to read again.


> > I have some operational questions about this cloud setup, since it seems
> > you've delegated running Debian owned machines to us and then gone and
> > got some that you don't want us to run.  I'm not sure what to do with
> > that disjuncture.
> I don't know what you are talking about. Where did I "got some Debian
> owned machines that I don't want DSA to run?"

Those VMs are machines.  They're not owned by the individual developers
(quite obviously), so they're owned by Debian.  The DSA delegation you
sent less than two weeks ago include:

- Setting up and administering Debian-owned machines, ensuring that they
  are kept secure, operational, and running.

so it's quite clear to me at least than any VMs owned by Debian falls
under that umbrella.

Separately, given how upset you got after having a request to add a
member to the DSA team Cc-ed to debian-project, I think you're
completely out of bounds when you're informing DSA (and others) that
you're working on setting up parallel infrastructure by mailing

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