Re: packaging sfxr
Paul Wise wrote:
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 8:16 PM, Miriam Ruiz <email@example.com> wrote:
I guess you're right. My proposal:
What about working with upstreams instead, or if the upstream is gone,
hijacking it or registering it on a public free software hosting.
We will of course be doing that where viable, but many upstreams for games are
dead, which is what this whole discussion is about.
PS: please follow the lists code of conduct and stop CCing me.
1) Please get someone to configure the mailing list properly then, if I hit
reply in my mailer the reply gets send to you, so I hit reply-to-all, which
according to global netiquete is the right thing todo anyways as there might be
people not on the list in the CC. This works correct for all lists I'm
subscribed too (which are quite a few from various FOSS projects), except for
2) Please stop sending those very obnoxious auto replies when you are CC'ed in
a mail also send to the list. That is atleast as bad, if not worse as the
offence you are complaining about. As for the code of conduct, the internet is
larger then just Debian's little corner, and Debian is deviating from what is
normal here. Also you seem to be the only one complaining about this.