Re: KDE2 - nice demolition job ...
On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 10:47:22AM -0700, erik wrote:
> I just can't keep my mouth shut about this any longer and the
> unnecassary divisions (read demolitions) of KDE packages are the last
It's the same developer making them that made the ones at kde.tdyc.
There's no evil empire, there's just a few random bugs (I remember
a few bugs in the kde.tdyc one's, too.). The KDE debs are in the
same hands they were before; I don't believe anyone's forcing
Moore to break the packages.
> I think this is a pretty blatant example of the obvious failings of an
> aging and inflexible beuracratic empire that cares more for its protocols
> and levels of "authority" (these things are oh so important, "not trivial
> matters" at all ...) than making a good distribution anymore. Debian has
> become an elitist club and it angers me because it is potentially the
> finest OS available - but I am losing faith in that potential ever being
> met. And that is very sad.
[More rants cut]
> And try not to prove my point with condescending flames - its not
Then don't start out with them. You've blamed Debian for the actions
of one developer at the same time you praised the actions of that
developer outside of Debian. You then went into a wild rant, claiming
that the cause of these "problems" was an "inflexible beuracratic empire"
(that managed to include KDE in a matter of what, a week?). You sounded
like some wild-eyed fanatic, not someone pointing out a real problem
and discussing solutions.
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