Hi Jonathan! You might remember my questions from last year regarding the release process and Xouvert. As I indicated to you, I do not feel your answers were in any satisfactory: I still feel quite strongly that the 0.2 release of Xouvert never occurred, and that the 0.1 release was a month late. The links in that mail, and my follow-up to your reply, should all still be valid. (If it turns out that the xouvert.org content has unfortunately occurred, not to worry: I have a local mirror I made at the time, that I'm willing to certify the authenticity of.) That in mind, I have a couple of additional questions. * Are you willing to assert, on the record, that the first two releases of Xouvert came out, and came out exactly on time? * It was the first priority on your platform this year, and is completely and utterly absent from this year's. Do you still feel the release process is important? If so, do you feel that your experience with Xouvert is a help or harm for your release credentials? * The only other issue you raised in your platform, addressing gender imbalance in Debian, is also conspicuously absent. Do you believe that with 0.5% or so of the current developer population being female, that the gender imbalance has been addressed? If so, do you believe you helped or hindered this process? If not, do you propose to do anything about it (and what)? * Do you believe your delegations to examine the gender process were successful? Would you delegate in this manner again? If not, how do you propose to handle delegations in your term? Looking forward to your responses. Cheers, Daniel : http://lists.debian.org/debian-vote/2005/03/msg00494.html : Please feel free to correct this figure.
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