Evan Prodromou <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> On Tue, 2006-15-08 at 12:46 +0100, MJ Ray wrote:
> > > > Can we try to make CC put this issue out to a general
> > > > resolution?
> > > You can, if you want. I don't think that's Debian's place, though.
> > How does one start a CC GR?
> The main way that I've seen changes in the CC licenses happen has been
> through discussion on the cc-licenses mailing list. I have no idea what
> kind of voting process CC has.

One problem is that we are being told that our suggestions have been
rejected by some decision-making process, but there appears to be no
record of the discussion, decision or process!

Meanwhile, I feel that CC's statement assumes that debian's compromise
process will allow them to forbid TPM.

This looks a bit asymmetric to me.  debian mostly works in the open,
but I can't get much information about CC's decisions into the open.
It's very difficult to make good suggestions in that situation.  It
feels like we're trying to give directions through a maze we haven't
seen while blinded.

> Yes, non-subscribers aren't allowed to post to the list.

That didn't seem to be it.  I could not subscribe and it seemed that
my posts were silently blackholed.

> However, I
> talked to the CC people about it and your email address is now
> whitelisted. So, yes, you are indeed allowed to post.

Thank you 1000.  It seems to work now.
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