Re: Candidate questions: expulsions process
Murdock Ray <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If you want to debate grand ideas: What role should
> socio-religious views play in the Debian project?
> Would using differences in beliefs about death
> as a motive to call for expulsion (as threatened in
> and explained in
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2006/01/msg00968.html )
> be good for Debian if it happens? If it's OK to expel some DDs
> for holding minority beliefs and therefore improve the cultural
> homogeneity of the project, what beliefs should it be done for?
> On Deaths? Births? Sexuality? Churches? Prayer? Business ethics?
For those who can't read -private, Andrew's claims are untrue -
objections are voiced due to the manner in which Andrew voiced his
beliefs, not the beliefs in and of themselves. Nobody believes that
Andrew should be expelled from the project because he believes that
death should be a celebration of the fact that somebody is no longer
constrainted by their mortality. People believe that Andrew should be
expelled because he managed to turn a simple notice of the death of a
Debian contributor into a several hundred message flamewar.
> Replies to final paragraph to -project, please, else direct.
Clearing up misleading claims should be done in the same forum as the
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