Re: xlib6 missing from hamm?
> >> so what are we going to do if the xlib6 maintainer doesn't fix this
> >> soon? are we going to release a distribution without essential
> >> packages? who is going to use that?
> >I don't think it will happen.
> i wouldn't really bet on it. some people these days seem really
> determined to make a point.
Such things are no longer complicated when brought to light,
are they? The many questions can be condensed into few questions,
virtually. Should "free" software developers write code in harmony,
withholding "new features" long enough for a release every now and
then so that many others will use it? Or should eternal patience
reign since they aren't getting paid money for it, and gee, *NIX-
like systems are so "intriguing" when they remain too difficult
for the common consumer to use, anyway (sarcasm on my part)?
I feel sympathy for those who have tried to maintain the shared
libraries if anyone in particular is responsible for them.
> | I believe the moment is at hand when, by a paranoiac and active |
> | advance of the mind, it will be possible (simultaneously with |
> | automatism and other passive states) to systematize confusion |
> | and thus to help to discredit completely the world of reality. |
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