Re: Bug#139945: ITP: prokyon3 -- a multithreaded MP3 manager and tag editor for Linux.
On Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 12:03:55AM +0100, Jeroen Dekkers wrote:
> Of course I can start filing massive bug reports, but I thought it
> would be better to just post some messages to debian-devel first so
> that everybody can check his packages.
I don't see why you need to jump the gun. A minor bugreport saying 'hi,
I just uploaded your package compiled for hurd. Looks like it would be
appropriate to change the singular reference to linux in your
description to something noting this' would be fine, too.
Again, I was reading your initial remark as 'STOP: you say linux here,
but did you actually noticed there are other ports around? I don't know
if it would work under the hurd, but you should at least call it
> Anyway, I see your point and will probably start doing things via
> private mail and/or bug reports. I won't start before woody is
> released, I just wanted to point this out for the ITP.
> It wasn't even Gustavo's fault, he just copied from the website.
That's what I guessed. It's one thing trying to evangelize us DD's but
try telling to somebody in the real world that there is something free
besides Linux (or even RedHat...)
> (But I keep annoying the people making the mistakes and also expect
> "doesn't build on Hurd" bugreports soon :-)
I actually tried to find out how my packages did for hurd some time ago.
It was quite a PITA to find the website and wasn't really informative.
If I did not have a notebook with PCMCIA ethernet and a serial modem,
(and only a small hardisk until some months ago), I would have tried to
install the hurd year(s) ago. I was quite intrigued by the couple of
Hurd CD's robster got on Sunday and will try to download and burn them
as soon as I got my broadband back in two weeks or so (/me sobs about
"How about we introduce a resolution for a movement to create a
committee to discuss the implementation of a system to enable developers
to create documents that state a general meaning without being
fanatically legalistic and nit-picky about things." -- David N. Welton
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