On Wed, Sep 27, 2006 at 08:36:09PM +0200, Sven Neumann wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-09-27 at 13:07 +0200, Dave Neary wrote:
> > So another idea is to persuade Shawn to move everything gimp.org to
> > another server (perhaps somewhere in gnome.org/RedHat's colo to take
> > advantage of their sysadmin team?), update the DNS records and move on
> > with our lives with new sysadmins.
> Come on, nobody wants this. Before we can even ask Yosh for revoking
> someone's email address, we need to agree on rules about the use of the
> gimp.org aliases. That's what I would like us to talk about now.
> Everything else seems very counterproductive to me.
I think policing it at all is silly. Back in the day, we even gave out
@gimp.org aliases as contest prizes, and monitoring that usage is
I don't get where the expectation that postings from gimp.org addresses
should be considered as anything but the individual expression of the
author. Expecting a volunteer organization to have a rigid public face
One really should evaluate emails on the actual *content*, and
not what the From address says. There are several active contributors
who do not use gimp.org addresses, assuming their comments should have
"less weight" is rather rude.
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