Re: GR Proposal 3: Declassification of -private - Future content only
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Daniel Ruoso <email@example.com> writes:
> Just to formalize what I've already said...
> I think this should be considered for future -private content even if
> the GR Proposal 2 (which I second) is rejected, considering one argument
> against it is that people didn't expect to have it's private posts
> Thus, I propose that the Debian project resolve that the process
> defined in GR Proposal 2 will be applied *only* for the future content
> of debian-private mailing list.
> To me, it's a second option that would make possible to avoid creating
> more un-declassificable material on -private even if the GR Proposal 2
> is rejected.
I see nothing in the Constitution that prevents me from seconding both
aj's and Daniel's proposals, so I second this, too. Please inform me
if I'm misguided :)
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