Re: GR Proposal 2: Declassification of -private
Margarita Manterola <email@example.com>
> There is important historical information hidden in the debian-private
> archives. Like the reasons why the social contract and the DFSG are
> the way they are.
I believe that is a small proportion of the messages and does not
justify the proposed disclosure by default. It would be interesting
to get those messages published, but is the existing process of
contacting authors really the blockage?
> I understand that the idea of this GR is not to reveal confidential
> information that people are not willing to disclose, but to reveal the
> information that might help non-DDs understand the history of the
Maybe it's not the inspiration, but as a side effect, it publishes
confidential information without the senders' permission. It needs
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