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Re: [DRAFT FOR REVIEW] Steve McIntyre elected Debian Project Leader 2008


Am 15.4.2008 schrieb "CJ Fearnley" <cjf@LinuxForce.net>:

>I think the lengthy discussion about the Debian voting method is
>inappropriate for a news release about the DPL election.  [..]

I concour.

>Let's keep it simple.  And let's focus on the news worthy elements not
>all this political stuff about the election process.

It might be a good idea to add some about his "project history", too. 
Could someone have a look at his plattform, where mentions that and add
it to the draft bellow?  Please also add who condiated, too, and a small
"Thanks to Sam, our present DPL, who didn't liked to run due to time
constraints" or something like that.

BTW:  As soon as http://www.debian.org/vote/2008/vote_001 is updated, I
would like to send out something do the debian-news list, too.

>On 12 April 2008, The Debian Project Secretary announced that Steve
>McIntyre won the 2008 Debian Project Leader (DPL) election.  His term
>as DPL will run for one year starting on April 17th, 2008.
>The full Debian Project Leader Election 2008 results are available at
>The Debian Project Secretary announced the results at
>The Debian project's Constitution
>(http://www.debian.org/devel/constitution) specifies the roles and duties
>of the DPL and the voting method used to select them.  Elections are
>held annual for the position which caries a one year term.
>About Debian
>The Debian Project is an association of Free Software developers who volunteer
>their time and effort in order to produce the completely free operating
>system Debian GNU/Linux.
>On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 06:38:22AM -0700, AndreMachado wrote:

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