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Re: replacing makedev

I fail to see what trying to improve debian has to do w/
self-advertisement.  I really don't care whether my MAKEDEV gets into
debian, or yours; but the current MAKEDEV is holding me back from
packaging lvm2 properly. 

On Tue, Jul 09, 2002 at 06:42:33PM -0700, Ian Zimmerman wrote:
> I have already done this, and told Bdale about it.  It was also
> announced on comp.os.linux.announce.
> http://www.speakeasy.net/~itz/hacks/makedev_3.0-1.tar.gz
> Why is it that relentless self-advertisement is necessary to get
> _anything_ accomplished in this society, even in the (presumably)
> goal-oriented climate if Debian? :-(
> -- 
> Ian Zimmerman, Oakland, California, U.S.A.
> GPG: 433BA087  9C0F 194F 203A 63F7 B1B8  6E5A 8CA3 27DB 433B A087
> EngSoc adopts market economy: cheap is wasteful, efficient is expensive.

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