Re: Proposal: Recall the Project Leader
> Delegates aren't somehow magically different, and there aren't enough
No, everyone with special privileges or access is "magically different".
That includes DSA, ftpmaster, the release team, and so forth.
> people willing to do critical central work that one can rule out everyone
> position that involves a larger time committment. Otherwise, the only
> people you could get to take on time-intensive delegated positions are
> people who either have very flexible working conditions or who have
> sufficient personal funds to not have to work a full-time job.
Sounds like you're describing a volunteer organization.
> It is absolutely worthwhile to expect people in such positions to act in
> the best interests of Debian, to be aware of their different hats, and to
> be cautious about having a variety of people coming from a variety of
> different positions involved in critical decisions. This isn't exactly a
> new problem, though, and *many* free software projects have already dealt
> with issues like this in a reasonable way.
As far as I can tell, the developer body is not united in that