> 2. We Will Give Back to the Free Software Community
> When we write new components of the Debian system, we will license
> them as free software. We will make the best system we can, so that
> free software will be widely distributed and used. We will feed
> back bug-fixes, improvements, user requests, etc. to the "upstream"
> authors of software included in our system.
First it was procps patches kept private. The original author
had to take it back so that non-Debian systems could have
a good version.
Now I hear sysvinit is also being kept private.
Is it really that hard to upload to sunsite.unc.edu and
tsx-11.mit.edu in standard .tar.gz format? (maybe you could
substitute .cpio.bzip2 if you like that better, but NOT .deb)
Nobody expects an .rpm, which wouldn't be fair to Slackware
and do-it-yourself users anyway.
If there is anything else you are hiding, please upload it
to sunsite.unc.edu and tsx-11.mit.edu right now.
(you could instead remove point #2 of your social contract)
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