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Re: Proposed GR: Repeal the 2005 vote for declassification of the debian-private mailing list

I hereby second the proposal below:

Le 02/09/2016 à 06:15, Gunnar Wolf a écrit :
> Some weeks ago, Nicolas Dandrimont proposed a GR for declassifying
> debian-private[1]. In the course of the following discussion, he
> accepted[2] Don Armstrong's amendment[3], which intended to clarify the
> meaning and implementation regarding the work of our delegates and the
> powers of the DPL, and recognizing the historical value that could lie
> within said list.
> [1] https://www.debian.org/vote/2016/vote_002
> [2] https://lists.debian.org/debian-vote/2016/07/msg00108.html
> [3] https://lists.debian.org/debian-vote/2016/07/msg00078.html
> In the process of the discussion, several people objected to the
> amended wording, particularly to the fact that "sufficient time and
> opportunity" might not be sufficiently bound and defined.
> I am, as some of its initial seconders, a strong believer in Nicolas'
> original proposal; repealing a GR that was never implemented in the
> slightest way basically means the Debian project should stop lying,
> both to itself and to the whole free software community within which
> it exists, about something that would be nice but is effectively not
> implementable.
> While Don's proposal is a good contribution, given that in the
> aforementioned GR "Further Discussion" won 134 votes against 118, I
> hereby propose the following General Resolution:
> === BEGIN GR TEXT ===
> Title: Acknowledge that the debian-private list will remain private.
> 1. The 2005 General Resolution titled "Declassification of debian-private
>    list archives" is repealed.
> 2. 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 ===
> Thanks for your consideration,
> --
> Gunnar Wolf
> (with thanks to Nicolas for writing the entirety of the GR text ;-) )

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