Andreas, as the man in charge of organizing Debconf6, I want to know, will you continue last years policy of allowing attendees to vote for which talks and presentations should go in the main track? It looks like the selection of options has already been made, yet the voting system isn't set up yet. http://debconf6.debconf.org/about/talks/talks.html How was the selection of presentations made? Many that I found interesting, including the Common Lisp one, are missing. https://debconf6.debconf.org/comas/general/proposals Of those that made it onto the "approved" list, most of the really interesting ones are only found in the second half of the list, while those of your friends are found at the top of the list. It looks like you are using your position of trust with Debconf to play politics, instead of representing the interests of the developers. If you were DPL, this is not the kind of favoritism I would want to see. Can you explain your actions, and how you will act differently as DPL? Ted --It's not true unless it makes you laugh, but you don't understand it until it makes you weep.
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