On വ്യാഴം 05 ജനുവരി 2017 06:44 വൈകു, Ximin Luo wrote:
> It's normal convention in any organisation or project to temporarily revert a 
> change that is controversial.

ok.

> Adding 10 new people from an event, every time there is an event, is also not 
> sustainable as a team.

I have organized many packaging workshops over the years. I don't grant
access to any one just because they attended an event. I have granted
them access only because I am convinced they qualify to get this access.

They learned how to make a package lintian clean, how run a clean build
using sbuild, make patches using quilt, how to repack. They did all this
by themselves on 3-4 packages that was already packaged before they
started with a new package.

> Please respond to my points (about responsibility, maintenance and events) 
> instead of accusing me of "contempt" simply because I disagreed with your 
> actions.

We do not have such rules for accepting a first package or granting them
access to a project. I was only following the convention we have set for
this team.

> I also don't see why you are making such a fuss. The conditions I described 
> (making a request at a later date, individually) are not particularly hard to 
> achieve, and helps to confirm their true long-term interest in being a team 
> member, to the rest of us that are unsure about these events.

I make a fuss because you are acting arbitrarily, making up policies and
rules on the go.


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