Re: Project Hosting [Was Re: Minutes of the GNOME ...]

Christian Rose <menthos menthos com> writes:

> Martin Baulig wrote:
> > Russell Steinthal <steintr rsteinthal i001 law columbia edu> writes:
> >> No argument, except that my understanding was that the "new"
> >> gnome-hackers was designed for exactly this type of discussion.  The
> >> only argument I can think of is that we want to separate this
> >> discussion from technical discussion on g-h, but I don't think that's
> >> a necessary distinction.
> > Well, I think a reason to keep this discussion here (on
> > foundation-list) is
> > that it is not really a technical one, but a political one - and because of
> > this everybody should have the chance to join the discussion.
> Yes. I think it is funny that CVS policy has been discussed on g-h,
> where most of the people who it would affect don't have the right to
> speak.
> Even more funny is that translators explicitly aren't welcome to speak
> on g-h (at least Miguel doesn't want it that way) but on the same time
> submission interfaces for translations were, until recently, only
> suggested and discussed on g-h.

Until the question of gnome-hackers membership is solved, I'll
point out that anybody can post, and is encouraged to post if
they think they have something relevant to say. The posts will
simply be held for moderation.


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