Quoting Matthew Palmer (email@example.com): > Hey now, play nice. > > It's not that I *couldn't* go out and buy a cheap WPA-capable AP, it's that > I just don't want to. I only care about WPA support in netcfg in as much as > it seems to be something that a number of people want, and there is/was a > patch for it. It doesn't benefit me, now or in the foreseeable future, to > have it, so I'm not inclined to commit myself to it any more heavily than I > already have. Things that require me to unnecessarily spend money are > orders of magnitude less desirable again. Sure, I understand. Sorry if you felt this like a kind of pressure to have you do what you don't want. It would be a shame, given the great work you did already on netcfg... I think that, anyway, the merge work of these WPA patches, which you did, is already a great progress, and having it so early in the squeeze release process will certainly motivate someone to make it work. I suggest we wait for some mor einput, then the release of squeeze....then merge everything in netcfg, upload it to unstable....so that at least daily builds have your changes (and I can work on the needed debconf templates).
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