Re: Amendment: special exception for firmware because of technical limitations
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- Subject: Re: Amendment: special exception for firmware because of technical limitations
- From: Aurelien Jarno <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2006 11:36:27 +0200
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Joey Hess a écrit :
Aurelien Jarno wrote:
Not also that I found sad that the DPL try to kill this GR with his
latest mail to debian-announce. The problem is known for a long time.
How does posting straw polls of our users and developers to d-d-a manage
to look to you like an attempt to stop this GR?
Given the latest mail from Anthony Towns ("Firmware & Social Contract:
GR proposal"), it looks like I was correct. He just try to stop this GR
by proposing his own one.
If he wanted to help, it should have been done that before, not a 3
months before the announced date of the release. And also not while
proposals are beeing discussed. He just want to be awarded because he
found a solution to the problem.
I wish that I had your mind-reading capabilities. No, strike that, your
world seems worse with it then mine without it.
Looks like my mind-reading capabilities are working very well, I should
use them more often.
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