Re: ajt's anti-rebuttal
Anthony Towns wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2007 at 06:35:59PM +0100, Andreas Barth wrote:
> > * Anthony Towns (email@example.com) [070314 19:25]:
> > > Since then we've also had Debian Times established
> > I don't see at all how this is realated to you being DPL - in fact, I
> > would have prefered a more active role of the DPL to revive the usage of
> > the debian-news list.
> Joey's been maintaining -news for quite some time now, he's the person
> who should be deciding what's posted on the list, and what's not. While I
> can certainly agree that it'd be useful to have more stuff appear there,
> I don't think there's been a good enough demonstration that someone else
> will do at least as good a job to warrant overruling Joey's decision on
> that (at the very least there hadn't been when this was being discussed
> in May or July last year).
To add a remark here, the press team welcomes contributions and
ideas for news releases. Unfortunately, very few people have spoken
with the press team before and discussed issues that could (and would)
be send out as press releases. There have been some, admittedly, and
there have been press releases based on their work.
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