Re: XFree 4.2.0 - again
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On Monday 15 April 2002 19:14, Lasse Karkkainen wrote:
stupid shit here
Dude, kiss our collective arses. Do yourself a favor. hit
http://linuxnewbie.codecastle.com and read every fiucking thing on that site,
then hit http://linuxdoc.org and read everything on THAT fucking site, then
hit http://www.debian.org and read everything on THAT fucking site.
Then attempt to write your own X11 4.2.x package, talk to Branden (if he's
even willing to listen to you after your fucked up drivel) and ask him to
tell you the top 5 things he finds difficult about maintaining and packaging
X11 for Debian. Don't ask for clarification of what he means, he's busy
taking care of those that truly appreciate him.
Now, YOU go and attempt to duplicate what HE's doing. Read the debhelper man
pages and docs and info pages. Read up on what the fuck Debian is even about
(as you definitely have no clue at ALL)
Personally, I think you'r an asshole for your comments and statements, But
then again, no one has to be perfect. But I DO take exception at your
slanderous remarks against Branden. Why? BECAUSE NO ONE ELSE WANTS HIS JOB!
Why? BECAUSE IT'S ONE OF THE BIGGEST BITCHES TO TAKE CARE OF! And here you
come waltzing in the door thinking you know what the fuck is right or wrong
to do with a package. HAve you even ASKED why Branden has not packaged it?
have you even READ what kindof support 4.2 provides? Hell, do you even know
what the fucking homepage IS for the X11 project? Do you know how to operate
CVS and get your OWN copy of 4.2?
Probably not. So, in my mind that only leaves one status for you.
Rat Bastard. Thus, I love killfiles for such sniveling creatures as the
uneducated and unwilling to remove that lack of knowledge.
David D.W. Downey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
libpam-pgsql Debian Maintainer && Upstream Source
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