On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 10:34:08AM +0900, Charles Plessy wrote: > Le Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 03:35:40PM -0700, Don Armstrong a écrit : > > > > -private is notified so DDs are aware. > > How is the state of -private those days ? When I unsubscribed, it was still > mixing informations that are really private, like "Alice takes holidays in > Honolulu", some that may be private by accident, like "Bob wants to package > libfoo-perl", and some that are irrelevant, like "Claudius likes pasta well > cooked", "Donna does not like discussions about pasta", and "Eros thinks that > one should not be criticised for discussing about pasta on -private". I found > it very tiring to have to permanently remember to never talk about a lot of > things that should never have been private in the first place. > > If this has not changed, is that something that the DPL candidates would > like to tackle ? (Bonus question to the DPL candidates: are you subscribed > to debian-private ?) This will result in a discussion without being grounded in factual data, since talking about such data in public would be leaking said information.
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