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Iain Lane writes ("New amdendment proposal (Re: Proposed GR: Acknowledge
difficulty of declassifying debian-private)"):
> This is a new proposal which supersedes my previous one
> <20160920165427.oeiaxkms7e63bao4@nightingale> (that proposal is
FAOD I assume that this is to be taken as an amendment to Gunnar's,
which replaces the whole text with your text. (Otherwise it would end
up in a separate vote.) On that basis,
> 2. There shall be no declassification of any portion of the
> debian-private archives, except in the following circumstances.
> 2a. Participants may declassify their own material.
> 2b. Participants may declassify the material of others where
> consent has explicitly been given by the authors of all of the
> material being declassified.
I do think this is unnecessarily verbose. 2a is entirely redundant
because obviously if a participant declassifies their own material
they do so with their own consent, so are permitted to do so under 2b.
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Ian Jackson <ijack...@chiark.greenend.org.uk> These opinions are my own.
If I emailed you from an address @fyvzl.net or @evade.org.uk, that is
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