Matthew Garrett (mjg59) wrote,
Matthew Garrett
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03:47 <Overfiend> The thing that worries me the most personally is the number of people who called the post to d-d-a "offensive".

In the absence of any desire by the elected leadership to worry about making Debian somewhere that's welcoming and attractive to contributors rather than, say, one where "sexual harassment" is political correctness gone mad, I'll probably be spending the next few months concentrating on finishing off my PhD.
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