On Sun, Mar 20, 2005 at 09:07:52AM +0100, Sven Luther wrote: > On Sun, Mar 20, 2005 at 02:57:23AM +0100, Peter 'p2' De Schrijver wrote: > > > > * Three bodies (Security, System Administration, Release) are given > > > > independent veto power over the inclusion of an architecture. > > > > A) Does the entire team have to exercise this veto for it to be > > > > effective, or can one member of any team exercise this power > > > > effectively? > > > > > > It's expected that each team would exercise that veto as a *team*, by > > > reaching a consensus internally. > > > > This is obviously unacceptable. Why would a small number of people be > > allowed to veto inclusion of other people's work ? > > And a non-elected, non-properly-delegated, self-apointed group of people at > that. Are you suggesting replacing the entire release and ftp-master teams? If so, please suggest who you would like in that role instead (or if we should all vote on it -- because hey, every position in Debian needs to be elected). Are you suggesting that everyone in Debian who has not been elected to their position should be elected so?
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