Am Sun, 02 Aug 2009 02:15:31 +0200 schrieb Stefan Husmann firstname.lastname@example.org:
On trial, and I am really get associations that this is one, there is the principle "in dubio pro reo".
I know. I hope, I made up for in my last e-mail.
Well, why are _you_ so enthusiastic to prevent his election?
I'm not enthusiastic to prevent his election. I just had my doubts and as I've read, there were some other people who had their doubts, too. I think I can trust Arch Linux and I know, that the quality of Arch Linux and its repos is pretty high. And I like to be still able to trust Arch Linux and the binary repos in the future. So I'm not sure, if it's so good for a distribution if someone becomes a trusted user, if there are too many doubts about him and/or his skills.
In this e-mail I just wanted to give some possible hints, to clear the doubts.
But I hope I clarified it in my last e-mail. And I have no vote in this election anyway.
In the applicance Laszlo wrote why he wants to become a TU. Did you read that?
Yes, I read that.