Re: Cosing ITA bugs when you've changed your mind.
Luca - De Whiskey's - De Vitis wrote:
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 08:27:06AM +0200, Thomas Viehmann wrote:
You have RFA'd phpgroupware and I've ITA'd it. Waiting until the ugly work (i.e.
the security update to stable) is getting done by others and then popping back
out of your hole to say "April fools" is not acceptable.
Your maintainance of phpGroupWare has been limited to yelling at people wanting
to finally do something about the embarrassingly poor state of Debian packages,
and it's time to let that go.  (In private mail, one of the upstream
developers who uses Debian told me that he "would not use those debs, even if
someone paid [him]", I've been getting private mails form other users with the
same bad experience with phpgroupware.) Maybe you are one of the examples on why
the NM process isn't thorough (slow) enough at present.
Your ideas of hindering people contributing is a non-sense i've already told
you. There is no benefit in this for anyone.
We have never discussed about your adoption of phpgroupware, so i don't see why
you felt free to adopt it.
I've already told you, and i'm writing it publically, that an infrastructure to
cooperate is up in place and i've already told you i would have let you
contribute beside your almost intent to hijack. I wrote it publically in
_many_ ways i wanted people to help me, but the only answares i got was to take
over the packges (and many fake intent to contribute). This really make me sick.
Maybe he was confused and thought that you wanted someone to adopt phpgroupware because
you'd filed a Request For Adoption on it?