Russ Allbery wrote:
Jonas Smedegaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I believe the reason for targeting -announce as well was the initial
> part about a more general principle, preserved in my quoting above,
> which IMO does relate to all Debian developers in general.
Well, more generally, I think we should announce all formal decisions
The committee's decisions are already listed on
Of course, some may want to subscribe to decisions and receive
decisions immediately. debian-ctte seems appropriate for that. If
not, I for one have nothing against announcing all decisions on
If people feel like they're noise on debian-devel-announce,
I'm delighted, since that means we're making enough decisions for it to be
Part of the goal, from my perspective, for sending
out a notice of decisions for a while is to make people aware that the
tech-ctte is here and is making decisions.
The technical committee is not new and I believe people are aware
enough of its existence. If not, the solution is not making regular
noise about it, but to increase its proeminence on the website.
There's also a risk that making too much publicity for decisions
creates the impression that the committee is, on the contrary, not
making enough decisions, but trying to hide that.