Communication of technical committee decisions ( Resolution of node/nodejs conflict)
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Le 21/07/12 22:35, Filipus Klutiero a écrit :
> Hi Arno,
> Arno Töll wrote:
>> On 18.07.2012 02:07, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
>>> Thank you, but I would appreciate if debian-devel-announce
>>> would stay dedicated to important announcements which may be
>>> useful for a wide range of developers.
>> While you are right in general I beg to disagree that tech-ctte
>> resolutions do affect a small notion of developers only.
> Although my message did imply that *some* tech-ctte resolutions
> only affect a small portion of developers, I did not intend to say
> that *all* tech-ctte resolutions do.
>> Thus, I appreciate they are sent to d-d-a now. While the node
>> naming conflict may not affect too many developer directly,
>> implications resolved by any tech-ctte decision do per
>> constitutional powers granted to that institution.
> Well, they may, but I don't see any here.
Come on, do you remember the thread about the node/nodejs name
conflict? I do appreciate being notified of the outcome.
This case will make jusrisprudence: next time a similar conflict
arise, we will now in advance how the tech-ctte is likely to rule.
Just take it as it is: _every_ decision made by the tech-ctte _is_ an
important announcement (and there's still not to many, there have
probably been already more mails in this thread than the tech-ctte has
issued decisions to d-d-a this year).
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