should people.ubuntu.com be people.canonical.com
hobbsee at kubuntu.org
Mon Sep 17 16:49:27 BST 2007
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I'd like to concur with the above, here.
If it's a question of trust, remember that those of ubuntu-dev can
upload to the ubuntu archive, and some of their code is in main, which
core devs have uploaded.
It seems that this is supposed to be analogous to people.debian.org, due
to the naming. Giving the members of ubuntu-dev shell access would fit
into that idea.
It really is a royal pain to have MOTU's resources spread across
multiple servers all over the world (and no one address to point to, for
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