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Re: xorg-server FTBFS

John Paul Adrian Glaubitz dixit:

>On 02/03/2016 09:42 PM, Thorsten Glaser wrote:
>> Yes. I have to localise which upstream it is, which bugtracker
>> they have, fight that bugtracker software’s crappy webinterface,
>> register, wait until their mail times out due to greylisting and
>> them using an idiotic mail provider, try to register with the
>> work address which I really ought to not be using, curse Google,
>> wait, curse our admins @ the workplace, curse Google, curse their
>> crappy not-quite-IMAP implementation, curse the webinterface of
>> the bugtracker again, try to deal with upstream.
>And? That's life. Nothing wrong with it.

Maybe for you, but this seriously goes beyond what I can deal with.

>> Multiply this by the amount of packages I deal with, because
>> almost no two use the same bugtracker.
>> Honestly, I have more distinct usernames than passwords on the ’net!
>apt install keepassx

/bin/mksh: apt: not found

>> Besides, DevRef clearly says that this *is* the package main-
>> tainer’s job.
>Or just as usual, Adrian having to do it because it's apparently too
>much effort for everyone else :P.

(I can’t help but note that Andreas also appears to not push fixes
to upstream quite often.)

>I will do it.


„Cool, /usr/share/doc/mksh/examples/uhr.gz ist ja ein Grund,
mksh auf jedem System zu installieren.“
	-- XTaran auf der OpenRheinRuhr, ganz begeistert
(EN: “[…]uhr.gz is a reason to install mksh on every system.”)

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