* Don Armstrong <email@example.com> [2016-07-17 17:56:12 -0700]: > In response to the helpful comments, I've modified my proposed amendment > to Nicolas's resolution by adding "at minimum", and now propose the > following amendment: > > === BEGIN GR TEXT === > > Title: Declassifying parts of -private of historical interest > > 1. The 2005 General Resolution titled "Declassification of debian-private > list archives" is repealed. > > 2. Debian listmasters and/or other individuals delegated by the DPL to > do so are authorized to declassify excerpts of -private of historical > interest by any process which at minimum provides sufficient time and > opportunity for Debian Developers to object by GR prior to > declassification. > > 3. In keeping with paragraph 3 of the Debian Social Contract, Debian > Developers are strongly encouraged to use the debian-private mailing > list only for discussions that should not be disclosed. > > === END GR TEXT === Hi, I've had feedback from people who would rather keep -private@ private forever. However, I now do believe that this amendment is just a clarification of the intent of my original proposal. I therefore accept this amendment under paragraph A.1.2 of our constitution. Seconds who think otherwise should feel free to submit another amendment. Thanks Don, -- Nicolas Dandrimont BOFH excuse #278: The Dilithium Crystals need to be rotated.
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