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Re: Question (Re: Call for votes for "GR: Re-affirm support to the Debian Project Leader")

Jérôme Marant <jerome@marant.org> writes:
> Le dimanche 08 octobre 2006 01:53, Debian Project Secretary a écrit :

>> - - -=-=-=-=-=- Don't Delete Anything Between These Lines =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
>> a65763d3-b1e2-4530-8ff8-aa5915274eb4
>> [   ] Choice 1: Re-affirm DPL, wish success to unofficial Dunc Tank
>> [   ] Choice 2: Re-affirm DPL, do not endorse nor support his other projects
>> [   ] Choice 3: Further discussion
>> - - -=-=-=-=-=- Don't Delete Anything Between These Lines =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

> Hi,

> I'm unsure about how I should vote this.

> Could someone please tell me how not supporting nor endorsing Dunc-Tank
> would be incompatible with wishing it success?

> I understand that Debian does not have to endorse it, but I don't think
> it means wishing it failure, does it?

The above are just attempted summaries of the differences between two
position statements.  You really want to read the full statements
themselves and see if you agree more with one or the other (or with

In practice, I think either choice 1 or choice 2 is going to be
effectively the same in terms of its effect on the project; the real
choice is between one or the other means of saying "we support AJ as DPL"
or not saying that (choice 3).

I think it would have been somewhat clearer if it were all on the same
ballot as the recall, but I do understand the reasoning.

Russ Allbery (rra@debian.org)               <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>

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