Re: Question for Andreas Schuldei and Branden Robinson
On Mon, Mar 07, 2005 at 08:39:22PM +0100, Enrico Zini wrote:
> I can't think of a precedent of boycott, so I'll make one up. Let's
> say for example that James Troup, a key person in Debian who is
> employed full-time by Canonical, has the idea of making Ubuntu better
> by making Debian worse, and starts boicotting Debian by blocking
> packages in the NEW queue.
You could take the whole pure64 mess as example :) Since it was strongly
vetoed against in debian by the infrastructure guardians, but ubuntu does it
just fine. Or other nice ideas like the source-only uploads which are done in
ubuntu, but rejected in debian.
I am not saying that these are boycott or influence results.