Hi Am 29.11.19 um 14:46 schrieb Sam Hartman: >>>>>> "Simon" == Simon Richter <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > Simon> While I generally agree with Sam here that it is rather > Simon> disingenious to add a new option right at the end of the > Simon> discussion period, I think that having something proposed by > Simon> the systemd maintainers on the ballot will be worthwhile > Simon> because they have one of the best vantage points to see > Simon> future points of contention and whether the GR is likely to > Simon> guide us through them. > > Martin Pit has publically stated he's one of the people I reached out > to in developing my proposals. > As I understand, he's been active in maintaining systemd both in Ubuntu and Debain. > I was and am very grateful for Martin stepping in to engange in those discussions, even if he is not that active anymore in Debian/systemd since he moved to RedHat. When the initial options for the ballot were proposed, I contacted Martin privately, that I was not happy with the existing options (I think that was roughly two weeks ago). I did not follow debian-vote, because I find those Debian politics very emotionally draining. I was hoping given my feedback, that Martin would engage in further discussions to refine the proposals. This apparently did not happen and was probably too naive from me. During this week I was contacted via IRC by people who were concerned about the state of the existing options, as they didn't feel represented there. While I was trying to get a text together during the week, I failed to do so, for which I apologize. So I asked Ansgar, if we could ask you, Sam, for one week delay. The reason being, that I did *not* want to propose an option the last minute. I completely agree with Simon here, this didn't feel right. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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