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Re: About democracy was Re: Organizing for 6.2

On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, JF Martinez wrote:

> I think something is wrong here because I am taking decisions alone.
> When I was doing 90 % of Indy this was logical but now that we begin
> to have a real team building we will have to make this more democratic
> ie active participants must be able to influence crucial decisions
> like what installer we chose.

Right, but it does seem as if you are still doing the majority of the
work, so your decision should be final. But yes I am all for democracy in
the group.

Once I've had a chance to finish downloading 6.2beta, and played around
with other installers, I'll let you know what I think.

IMHO, an installer that would start in windows, as some questions in a
familiar environment, and then reboot the computer, and start installing
Indy would be quite nice. (kinda like Coral, except without the bugs, and
not trying to be quite as clever.)

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