Re: Who do you have to sleep with / bribe / shoot to get an answer about RAID support
> Or doesn't work, as the case may be. I'm just making a request,
> something that I really think should have been included ages ago if
> Debian wants to be seriously considered beyond hobbyists. No need to
> get into a snit and make personal attacks for some one making a request
> for a feature. Debian has many many many fantastic virtues... being
> attacked by people for pointing out glaring omissions and saying "hey
> guys, you really should do this if you want to be taken seriously" is
> NOT one of them.
If something is not getting any attention, then it probably means that not
enough people with the appropriate technical skills give a shit about it.
This is usually a good barometer of whether something is useful to the
established masses of serious users or not.
If you care about it, then you are the logical person to work on those
features. I think other people have already told you this.
No one works on things they don't care about - you get very bad output if
you are 'forced' to do something you don't want to do.
> Mark Demma
> iWin, Inc.
> Senior Network and Systems Administrator
> On 9 Apr 2004, at 23:14, Christian Perrier wrote:
> > Quoting Mark Demma (email@example.com):
> >> this happen on my own. Its a shame that something this important is
> > No it is not a "shame". I maybe overreact because I'm not a native
> > speaker but calling this a "shame" as
> > we call this in french "c'est une honte" is needlessly aggressive,
> > especially to people who are currently doing other work on Debian
> > Installer even for getting it install on that old Sinclair.
> > You may regret this, for sure. But, well, this is the way Debian works
> > for years : things are done when someone has enough interest AND
> > skills AND time for doing them.
> > So, sorry to say this, but if software RAID is that important for you
> > that the world should stop if you don't have it....make all your
> > possible for finding someone to do it.
> > *this* is definitely the way Debian works.
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