Re: Ready to vote on 2004-003?
On Thu, May 20, 2004 at 12:42:53PM -0400, Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say:
> > A part of the project is trying to send you the message that they want
> > you to release sarge on the original timescale, irrespective of
> > whether it gets completely purged of the non-free things that your
> > interpretation of the previous SC did not consider DFSG-critical.
> So why don't any of the proposed GRs say this?
Could you explain why this paragraph in proposal E is
" In the specific case of General Resolution 2004_003, since that
release currently in preparation, code named "Sarge", is very close to
release, and the previously released version is quite out of date, our
commitment to our users dictates that the "Sarge" release should go on
as planned - even while we are in the process of reaching compliance
with the new Social Contract. This exemption for "Sarge" applies to
security releases and point releases as well."
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