Re: Questions to the candidates
On Mon, Feb 26, 2007 at 12:13:12AM +0100, Ana Guerrero wrote:
> Why do you think you will be a good DPL?
Two things: first, when discussing matters with other people, I
generally try to see their point of view before coming up with a
proposal that will work for the both of us, thereby trying to come to a
solution. Feedback which I receive from people tells me that I generally
succeed in that effort; and I feel that a DPL who has a problem-solving
attitude in disputes (which I think I have) would be an asset to the
Second, because people have encouraged me to run; some have done so in
private, others have done so in public, on one person's blog and on
IRC. If people express the sentiment that they would like to see me
become DPL, then that must mean they feel I have helpful qualities for a
> What you can for Debian as DPL that you can not do as a mere DD?
try to change Debian's culture for the better.
> What do you think of the current NM process?
It is unfortunately slightly longish, but necessary.
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