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But ultimately someone or some group has to make the final decision
about what is and is not going to be included.  In the case of TDF, it
is the ESC.  The people in that group have the authority to make a
final decision.
OK for that. Where can I find the criteria for this decisions?
What I mean:
The german website says: TDF is founded to get a greater indipendence from commercial influence.
The TDF-site adds on: ... and will deliver the best software for users ...
But how will anyone find out what the best software is? Is it from the number of downloads? Is it a very good review from IT-experts? What's the background (for ESC) to decide what leads to the best software for users? If one says: It's the experience of ESC - OK, what experience does that mean? I don't know it.
Don't get me wrong but I feel like in front of a black box.
Or is it just a lack of communication?


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