Re: Aliases for /dev/null: Clarification about krooger's platform
Raul Miller <email@example.com> writes:
> As described, this is an administrative issue, rather than a technical
Yes, that's correct. At present there is no reason for tech-ctte to
be involved. My example was poorly chosen.
> Beyond that... since you've not actually stated any technical issues,
> and since the maintainer of that package is one of the DPL candidates, I
> think you should make an effort to be clear about what you're saying here.
One thing I'm saying I'll say separately, since it's not relevant to
what I'm saying to you.
My question is: when there is a technical issue, but one developer
refuses to discuss it with tech-ctte or anyone else, can tech-ctte get
> If there were actions the technical committee needed to take, inaction
> on the part of the package maintainer wouldn't prevent the technical
> committee from reaching a decision.
It does, but I recall in the past being told that tech-ctte doesn't
get involved unless both developers in a dispute agree there is a
dispute worth the tech-ctte's decision.