Re: stop abusing debconf already
> Conside rthis: when considering input from a ``jumped up
> developer'' who has demonstrated competence and has put in the effort
> like Joey Hess, and has intituted a couple of major changes in how
> Debian works, and an unknown twit, guess who am I going to listen to?
Yawn. I don't know and I doubt you would listen if I did. It doesn't really
matter. Everyone has an opinion and I have voiced mine. Perhaps I should be
censored to avoid my rambling encroaching into your computer?
Just because they have put some effort into the project does *not* make them
infallible - all it makes them is a good coder, nothing more. Emboldening
them with further super-powers is ridiculous.