The debian-private mailing list leak, part 1. Volunteers have complained about Blackmail. Lynchings. Character assassination. Defamation. Cyberbullying. Volunteers who gave many years of their lives are picked out at random for cruel social experiments. The former DPL's girlfriend Molly de Blanc is given volunteers to experiment on for her crazy talks. These volunteers never consented to be used like lab rats. We don't either. debian-private can no longer be a safe space for the cabal. Let these monsters have nowhere to hide. Volunteers are not disposable. We stand with the victims.

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Re: A Solution

On Fri, 28 Mar 1997, Martin Schulze wrote:

> Partially our structure has to be reverted.  We IMHO need a public
> available todo list.  It explicitely has to contain a detailed list.
> So everyone who has some spare time or would like to do some
> organizing, programming, documentation could try to fulfil one task.
> (just like winni modified the init procedure which is much smarter
> than the actual one, or like I modified adduser to support shadow
> passwords)
I agree we need that todo list. Sven Rudolph used to mantain a very
useful "FAQ: Work-Needing and Prospective Packages", and posted it to
debian-devel periodically, but I guess he is now too busy with the 
boot-floppies package to work on that. (The last FAQ I received was 
dated February 18th)

IMO, the list should enumerate the ongoing efforts, who is doing 
what, and the current state, 'a la' Linux Projects Map.

Enrique Zanardi
Dpto. Fisica Fundamental y Experimental
Univ. de La Laguna