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Question to all candidates

The current Technical Committee is inactive; in the past two years they
have only made two rulings:

* 2004-06-24 Bug #254598: amd64 is a fine name for that architecture.
  * 2004-06-05 Bug #164591, Bug #164889: md5sum </dev/null should
    produce the bare md5sum value.

The md5sum ruling was a bug submitted, referred and decided by the
Technical Committee chairman.  In effect, he used his power in such a
manner to expect that any bug he files will lead to a tech-ctte

Do you believe that the tech-ctte should be relatively inactive?  Or do
you believe that an inactive Technical Committee is a bad thing?

If the latter, do you propose (as they would be your delegates) to make
any changes to the current make-up of the committee.

Have you ever, ever felt like this?
Had strange things happen?  Are you going round the twist?

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