Re: Something is very wrong with this group
> However, many of the non-volunteers have been putting a tremendous lot of
> energy into picking out a _name_ for the program.
>From the offerings I've seen, i'd say they are putting very *little* energy
> There are signs of an attitude problem here.
There are signs of a mole hill growing into a mountain here.
> The duration and volume of this naming debate leads me to think that a
> lot of you have time on your hands that you could better spend on
> additional packages or other more productive work.
It only takes a few seconds to think up a name and hammer in a message
suggesting it. I see no evidence that anyone is spending much time
dreaming up names, or becoming especially committed to the ones they do
> Frankly, any name that isn't offensive would do.
I agree. I'd vote for deity, if I had a vote (That's what it will be called
anyway, no matter what you name it).
> Spending a lot of time on this is not helping get Debian 2.0 out.
If deity is being delayed for lack of a name, pick one and get on with it.
Nobody's nose will be out of joint because the one they invested 17 seconds
in gets rejected. If the need for a label isn't urgent, why not let people
have their fun?
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