also sprach Martin Schulze <email@example.com> [2006.07.24.1520 +0100]: > > First, I think the release team has the right to send out texts > > to debian-news on his own. Why didn't you approve our mail? I'm > > considering to ask the mailing list admins to give us direct > > permissions to post to that list. > > I don't think so. I didn't think the mail was suitable for the > list as is, which is why I took the liberty to start from scratch > and phrase it properly (imho) based on the detailed mail and > information Marc sent to the -devel-announce list before Well, you fared pretty badly, IMHO. > I would have, if you and Marc wouldn't have whined so much before and > gotton onto my nerves. We're dealing with the public representation of our project here, not with personal issues, or your nerves. > The input was taken from the announcement sent to -devel-announce. If > that should be wrong, I wonder why it has been sent there before. -d-announce and -announce are two different reader audiences. You can't take one and just pipe it through to the other. Whoever wants to push opening access to the -announce (and -news) mailing lists has my vote. The current situation, in which Joey is solely responsible and freely decides how to deal with the pressure is, IMHO, unacceptable for a project of our size. I suggest we appoint a team that can send announcements, and use the -publicity mailing list for the preparation and coordination. -- Please do not send copies of list mail to me; I read the list! .''`. martin f. krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> : :' : proud Debian developer and author: http://debiansystem.info `. `'` `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing a system there's an old proverb that says just about whatever you want it to.
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