Gerfried Fuchs <email@example.com> (03/11/2011): > This is something that I have a problem to believe. It took serious > effort from several people to make you understand that dpkg-source > should NOT behave differently whether quilt is installed or not. This > is not something that I would consider being called "take compatibility > seriously", sorry. > > Also there were a lot of concerns and lengthy discussions from various > people also with respect to your pushing for deprecating source v1 and > the idea to making packages intentionally FTBFS if they don't have a > debian/source/format file. This does neither fall under my > understanding of "take compatibility seriously". While I might have yelled against this kind of stuff when that was being discussed for git/sid/experimental, I think we can only establish that Raphaël took objections into account, and compatibility remained. I'm quite sure that's not the kind of big changes which could be “sneaked” into squeeze-backports, so I'm not sure rehashing the past is the way to go forward. Mraw, KiBi.
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