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Re: Censorship in Debian

also sprach Gunnar Wolf <gwolf@debian.org> [2018-12-27 14:48 +0100]:
He considered he didn't get a right to be heard, nor notified about
the process as it was progressing towards a decision, but only
notified about a final decision.

I would like to add that this — being presented with a decision, without any form of engagement with me, before or after, is exactly what happened in my case, except DAM kindly suggested that if I followed theit suggestion, I would avoid expulsion. I chose to follow those steps, despite the overstepping of competencies at the time, also based on the promise I received that the issue would be analysed once the waters had calmed. No such analysis ever happened.

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