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Re: The Debian Maintainers GR


On Sat, 28 Jul 2007, Joerg Jaspert wrote:
> How to integrate a concept of DM then?
> --------------------------------------
> First - by starting in the right area - getting it into the NM system by
> talking to all those involved. There is FrontDesk, DAM and also the
> NM-Committee, the latter should be the right point for a proposal and
> discussion.

The day when the NM people are eager to integrate DM into NM, they can
discuss with the DM committee (it shouldn't be too difficult, they are
part of the DM committee). 

I'm sure the DM committee will cooperate, it looks composed of a majority
of reasonable people.

I'm sorry but I think that the lack of involvement from the NM people in
the DM discussion is not only Aj's fault and it's a bit harsh to come up
afterwards and ask DD to say no to a principle that you're not even
opposed to.

I want to say "yes" because I think it's a good general direction. I don't
care that much about many of the details that are given in the GR (and
they are meant to be changeable precisely because of that, it's something
new we don't want to be blocked by lack of experience) and I'm sure that
all the people involved in NM and DM can work together afterwards if the
DM concept is accepted by the developers at large.

> Now, one can add a turnoff for people that do not want to pass through
> the rest of the process at this place. Im not sure its such a good idea,
> but thats something one can discuss. 

Care to elaborate why?

> But if so it should be attached to
> some rules like - must read our debian-devel-announce list, is included
> in regular pings of activity similar to the wat ping.

That's granted.

Raphaël Hertzog

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