"Debian organization's secretary Manoj Srivastava
tendered his resignation in an email with the words, "I concede
that I have made mistakes with the current set of votes... The
amount of vitriol there makes it untenable for me to participate in
any efforts to recover from this mess." Srivastava is referring to
the recent quarrel over specifics on how to release the next
GNU/Linux version named Lenny that lead to a call for votes from
developers. On December 14th, the Debian project secretary had
issued a First Call for Votes consisting of seven choices,
including ones reaffirming Debian's social contract and requesting
how to handle its free software guidelines (DFSG)."
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