On Sun, 2009-10-18 at 23:28 +0200, Daniel Baumann wrote: > Ben Hutchings wrote: > > If you choose to unsubscribe from > > debian-kernel then don't complain that you don't hear what the kernel > > team is doing. > > wrong; i complain because the kernel team is apparently not > communicating to other teams about stuff that is critical for them. if > you maintain such a critical package, you need to talk to your users > within the distribution when you are intending to change stuff for them. > it's not that there would be too many. I have in fact mailed all maintainers of module-source packages that were being built through the conglomeration packages. > > I assumed, maybe wrongly, that Julian Klode filed #541828 on behalf of > > Debian Live. > > julian is not involved in debian-live (and he used the third person when > speaking about the debian-live team in #541828. that could have been a > clue). Then maybe you should consider that the communication problem lies between aufs and Debian Live maintainers. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings It is impossible to make anything foolproof because fools are so ingenious.
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