Re: Naming of non-uploading DDs (Was: GR: welcome non-packaging contributors as Debian project members)
Le Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 10:02:34PM +0200, Bernd Zeimetz a écrit :
> On 09/15/2010 02:16 PM, Charles Plessy wrote:
> > Le Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 09:00:32PM +0900, Stefano Zacchiroli a écrit :
> >> The Debian project therefore invites the Debian Account Managers to:
> >> * Endorse the idea that contributors of non-packaging work might become
> >> Debian Developers, albeit without upload access to the Debian archive.
> >> * Establish procedures to evaluate and accept contributors of
> >> non-packaging work as Debian Developers.
> >> * Initiate the appropriate technical measures to enable contributors of
> >> non-packaging work, which get accepted as Debian Developers, to
> >> participate in Debian decision making and to access Debian
> >> infrastructure.
> > It seems to me that, if “albeit without upload access to the Debian archive”
> > were removed, it would not close the possibility for the people in charge to
> > restrict upload capacities of developers who do not need them (do-o-cracy),
> > while at the same time it would make the GR more neutral, focusing it on
> > acceptance of new members, without suggesting restriction and therefore
> > difference of status.
> I don't think we should open a second way to get upload rights to the archive,
> so I would *not* want to remove that part.
So do you think that if “albeit without upload access to the Debian archive” is
not present, the GR will prevent you from restricting upload access to the
archive for the DDs who did not pass T&S?
I am looking for a formulation that invites you to do what you want, without
giving a preference for or against the restriction of upload rights.