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Re: "rms-open-letter" choice 3: do not, as the project itself, sign any letter regarding rms



On 3/26/21 3:19 AM, Timo Weingärtner wrote:
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The Debian Project will not issue a public statement on whether Richard
Stallman should be removed from leadership positions or not.

Any individual (including Debian members) is free to issue such statements or
(co-)sign any open letter.
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At the moment, there is only one option with enough seconds. How is voting FOR your proposal different from voting AGAINST the current proposal? Or, if more proposals gain enough seconds, how is voting FOR this option different from voting AGAINST all options that issue a statement one way or the other?

I understand that mechanically they are different: this one issues a statement that we won't issue a statement either way. But, in your view, why is that desirable? Why should I vote FOR your proposal (or why should I second it)?

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Richard


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