Re: KDE2 - nice demolition job ...
On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, erik wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, you wrote:
> > You _do_ realize that the same guy who packaged it for kde.tdyc _is_ the
> > same guy who is packaging it for Debian proper?
> Yep, I do -and it worked great before he had to repackage it. You could
> have simply copied them from tdyc and had done with it.
> > That's not true at all. So far, I'm in the new maintainer queue, and have
> > a number of offers from sponsors to upload packages whenever they are
> > ready. If you want to package something, at this point, yes, you should
> > get into the queue, but finding a sponsor isn't very hard.
> Didn't work for me.
> > and finally c) you really come off whiny. If you don't like the manual,
> I'm sorry if honest criticism sounds "whiny" to you.
> > help write a better one. If you don't like the way Debian deals with new
> > users, help change it, by setting an example.
> I have written some - in fact I sat down and wrote a whole system to help
> organize and automatically produce a documentation UI specfically for
> debian packages; it was summarily dismissed without, as far as I can tell,
> anyone even looking at it.
> > another happy Debian user,
> > Seth
> Actually, I am too - otherwise it certainly wouldn't be worth it to
> subject myself to this inevitable barrage ... :}
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