Re: Debian as a social group and how to develop it better
[I don't know why do you cross-post --- at least I read nothing about KDE]
On Sun, 1 Dec 2002 12:27:40 -0800,
Xavian-Anderson Macpherson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My question is, why should I want
> to use Debian, if I am clearly being told by Debian the system is so hard to
Because you have to install only once per machine?
> The one thing that MUST be agreed to by EVERY
> distribution of linux, is that ALL package names and locations MUST remain
> ORIGINALLY INTENDED by the package maintainers, WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
* We have to play the package-naming game if the upstream doesn't know
* If some other distribution uses, say, glibc 2.2 and Debian uses 2.1,
then using the same package name doesn't work.
 Yes, it is a history.
Oohara Yuuma <email@example.com>
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