On Wed, 2010-01-20 at 12:21 -0600, Chris Adams wrote:
One thing that jumps out at me about the way the policy is worded is
that it defines what is restricted (what you can't do) instead of what
is allowed (what you can do). This seems backwards to me; you'll
be chasing some new thing that somebody implemented (e.g. the
change that brought this about) that wasn't previously restricted.
I already addressed exactly that point in the initial email. I'm aware
this is not the optimal way to do it, but it's a practical way we can
achieve something within the F13 timeframe.
Trying to write a policy the other way around is extremely difficult. If
you want to try, though, please do give it a shot :)
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