Re: Naming of new 2.0 release
On Wed, Aug 26, 1998 at 05:45:55PM -0700, Steve Lamb wrote:
> That isn't the issue. The issue is vendors not being able to rotate the
> stock fast enough so now we're going to do a song and dance with the
> numbering scheme to extend the shelf life of their stock.
/var/lib/dpkg 5% egrep '^Maintainer:.*Lamb' available
Maintainer: Stuart Lamble <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Feel free to do some work and create your own distribution "Steve's
Genuine Debian GNU/Linux 2.0.1", or whatever else you want to call it
(barring trademark conflicts). Otherwise you come off sounding like the LSA
- an incompetent rude busy-body good-for-nothing know-it-all.
Perhaps you should try another operating system with a more "principled"
version numbering system. I (and I suspect many other developers) dislike
being labelled "deceitful", and would appreciate a retraction and apology,
followed by a long stretch of silence from yourself.