Questions for candidates: as spokesperson of Debian Project
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As far as I read threads, they are mainly focused Project inside.
Yes, they are important issue, but I think one of DPL's work is
a representation to the world as spokesperson.
"Debian Project Leader said ..." will be respected than any DD's talk
Whichever we want to become or not, many people think Debian Project is
great advocator (and obstinacy) of 'free' and 'opensource'.
Now, we're facing many political/legal troubles such as software patent.
* Do you think DPL has spokesperson's job?
* What do you think about Debian Project acts for political/legal
theme with other projects such as FSF, EFF and so on? (Although
we've already done sometimes.)
* If foreign people asks you speech or discussion, can you make a time
to trip even if the place is too far from your home?
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