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Re: Technical committee resolution

Julien Cristau writes ("Re: Technical committee resolution"):
> On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 20:03:57 -0400, Hubert Chathi wrote:
> > OK, the rest of your mail sounds somewhat reasonable, to an outsider who
> > has no experience whatsoever with TC, but ... given that the TC often
> > deals with contentious issues, and there is no obvious "right" or
> > "wrong", how would you measure how often a TC member is "wrong"?  Who
> > determines if they're wrong?  Or am I missing something?
> "wrong" in this context means "disagrees with Ian".

Well, I said
     We should be removing TC members who are ... often wrong.

I'm sure everyone will agree with that statement put like that.

My opinion comes into it when I ask myself `who is ... often wrong'.
And I don't expect anyone has a very different definition of `this
person is often wrong' to their own definition of `this person often
disagrees with me'.

So from AJ's point of view I'm sure he's got me in his sights as
someone who should go.  Because he thinks I'm often wrong.


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