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Re: Vote of a former candidate

On Sun, Mar 09, 2003 at 04:13:57PM +0100, Raphael Hertzog wrote:
> Le Sat, Mar 08, 2003 at 04:06:59PM -0500, Branden Robinson écrivait:
> >   * "The DPL must also follow up with the delegates, and ensure that
> >     they understand their responsibilities; not just so that they know
> >     what is required of them, but so that they know what is not required
> >     of them."
> This is just a misconception. Most of the delegates already in place
> know better than you (or any DPL) what they have to do and what are
> their responsibilities... even when they fail in some aspects.

but i think it would be good for their responsibilities to be
communicated clearly with the rest of the project.

> If you plan to create new delegations, then it may make some sense.

i think that branden does, as this is one of the main features of his

> >   * "As a first approximation, I believe there should be a webpage on
> >     the Debian site specifically dedicated to DPL delegates: it should
> >     enumerate them, describe each one's responsibilities, state the date
> >     each one's term began, 
> I think all this is useless. 
> http://www.debian.org/intro/organization is enough

that is not so easy to get to. go to www.d.o; click on about; scroll
down to "Who are all you anyway?"; click on organized structure.

also, some of the information seems outdated. is joey really a dam?

> >     and provide a link to each delegate (or team's) webpage where they
> >     can post news and status information, where applicable. 
> Writing news takes time that they can better spend ... I'd be happy with
> a simple summary mail on d-d-a when they have something interesting to
> say and/or when then need help.

i enjoy reading the summaries that people send to d-d-a, but i would
enjoy more reading more summaries. it seems to me that branden would try
to get delegates to publish updates more often.

> >     volunteers, but this should also serve to get the DPL and the
> >     delegate off to a good start in having open channels of
> >     communication.
> Which means that someone is going to have to write the documentation
> describing the task of each delegate ... more time wasted by the
> delegates themselves (and I ignore the fact that writing documentation
> is not fun ...).

since branden says that he will be talking to delegates if he gets
elected, wouldnt he be in a position to do this? branden?


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