Re: Debian Project Leader Elections
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:47:10AM -0600, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> >>>>> In article <20030213105818.C7247@yellowpig>, Bill Allombert <email@example.com> writes:
> I would expect a potential DPL candidate to be involved
> enough in the project to read -vote, or to be able to at least look
> at the archives. And, in any case, deciding on whether to run based
> on who else is running probably is not a winning strategy: you don't
> know who else may run, at the last minute. At the very least is
> hints at a diffidence that bodes ill for someone who is required to
> be a project leader.
I will certainly not discuss that, since you can do it already.
[and that I have no clues about what can mean the last sentence].
> > I know it is in debian-vote, but it is scattered along other posts,
> > and it would look more official in http://www.debian.org/vote/.
> Nominations are not official until after the nomination
> period is over.
What does means official here ? That they cannot be retracted anymore ?
Or something else ?