Re: Proposal G
* Manoj Srivastava:
>> For our users, we promise to do regular releases; as a guideline, a
>> major release of the distribution should happen about once a year.
> On what basis do you think we can make this promise?
On the same basis that we promise not to hide bugs? Or not to rely on
> That policy violates the SC. You essentially told a delegate
> to go violate the social contract, and I don't think we can do that.
Ahem, this proposal tries to assure a delegate that his scruples are
unwarranted and that he should go on as previously planned. After
reading Anthony's comment <20040601093412.GA6433@azure.humbug.org.au>,
I think this is a non-issue anyway.
> As it stands, I do not think that this proposal meets the
> requirements for helping determine the changes in release schedule
> of sarge in voew of GR 2004_003; therefore I think it may need to go
> on a separate ballot (since it is there fore a separate issue). I
> need to think about it more before making an official ruling on
> this, and I am open to being persuaded either way.
As a whole, I think it's in line. IMHO, it's not more off target than
proposal E, for example.
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