Re: Debian Maintainers GR Proposal
On Thu, 21 Jun 2007, MJ Ray wrote:
> Raphael Hertzog <email@example.com> wrote: [...]
> > If you want to improve the NM process, fine, the NM team awaits your help.
> Is that true? Is the NM team awaiting help to improve the process, or
> is it only awaiting help to operate the current process?
I had no problems interacting with the front desk members. AFAIK they're
always open to suggestions and will happily give you their point of view.
Don't expect to make the NM system evolve if you can't be bothered to
get implicated however (usual free software rule).
> Now we're another year on, NMs are still often given make-work tasks,
> still seem to wait arbitrary lengths of time, still rely for too much
> on one AM for far too long and restart with a new AM in case of
> problems (if they are lucky).
We had some AM replacements recently. We're improving on that front. Myon
just need to get some more confidence in doing that and saying to some AM
that they have not been very good, that they should concentrate on
something else in Debian.
> The Debian Maintainers model would be a good way to build an NM
> portfolio, so I support the idea.
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