"Democracies work differently than even most benevolent
dictatorships: the latter rely for key decisions on top-down
mechanisms, while the former fare better on stimulating down-top
initiatives. A dictatorship may function as a team even if
numbering millions of people; a democracy the size of Debian
Project (or bigger) is only effective when the society is carefuly
considered, and treated accordingly. Here is what I believe to be
good for Debian as a society, on several key topics:"
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