Should I guess add that that as a GNU maintainer you also have a
responsibility towards the GNU project, to apply its policies, and
decisions.  To wit,

   Being a package maintainer is a relationship between you personally
   and the GNU Project.  The maintainer or maintainers are the ones who
   take the overall responsibility for the work done on the package, on
   behalf of the GNU Project.  The maintainers generally make the
   specific decisions about the package, following the project's general
   standards and principles.  Once in a rare while, perhaps once every
   few years, the GNU Project may make a concrete decision about the
   package -- about features or implementation methods for the code, or
   about text in accompanying files -- which you as maintainer should

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