Re: Gergely and Wouter: on the need of becoming a DPL
On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 07:33:06AM +1100, Ben Finney wrote:
> Wouter Verhelst <email@example.com> writes:
> > I will try to be a DPL who will care a bit less about the letter of
> > the constitution or the letter of the social contract, than about the
> > people and the job that needs doing.
> > Can I be more specific than that? Probably, but I'd rather not do
> > that.
> The above (and the rest of your message) doesn't give any specifics of
> what you plan to *do* as DPL, though.
No, because (as I've said before) there is no detailed plan. In fact, I
don't think you can plan a lot as DPL, since it's a job where the work
is thrown at you, rather than that you need to go look for it.
> > Yes, I could start picking up specific things that have happened during
> > the past two years and start slinging mud about it in Stefano's general
> > direction, but I don't think that's very helpful.
> Right. No-one has asked for that.
> You've been asked several times for the actions you plan to take, and
> it's distressing to see you avoid the question like this.
I honestly don't see what more I could tell you, without making up
examples. I do *not* want to do that, because that will always be
contrived and missing the point.
I've told you several times now what I plan to do as DPL: I intend to
copy the things from Stefano's way of working that I think make sense
(mostly in how he's done his communication), but I will focus less on
procedures and more on the people that make up the project.
What more do you want? There is nothing more to say than that.
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