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Re: Leadership Debate

[ I'm replying to myself but i'm starting a new thread ]

Le Sat, Feb 05, 2000 at 05:45:33PM +0100, Raphael Hertzog écrivait:
> I hope I'm not too late because I have some questions. It's about QA.

So the debate has happened, some questions weren't asked. Thus I'd
like that each candidate try to answer them.


Here they are :

> I think that we need better rules for QA. What do they plan to do for QA ?
> What do they think about things like that :
> - We should enforce that every developer MUST be suscribed to
>   debian-devel-announce (and debian-devel-announce must be moderated).
> - We should enforce developer to always respond within 15 days or to mark
>   themselves as "absent" (using the nice & securized & web accessible
>   database).
> - What about rules for managing critical bugs ? A maintainer should
>   always correct a RC bug within 15 days (or a month ?). If not then NMU
>   are allowed. If he really has good reasons for refusing NMU even after
>   this delay, he should explain the reasons in a mail sent to the BTS
>   (so that people looking at bug reports know about it)
> - Will they give the power to a team to orphan packages maintained by
>   MIA developers (hopefully with Echelon results) ?
> - Will they push forward the new proposed release system (with stable,
>   unstable and testing) ?
> If you can't push them all in the debate, i'd like that they respond to
> the questions later here on debian-vote.

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