On Tue, 2003-12-02 at 02:06, Andrea Glorioso wrote:
> >>>>> "gg" == guenter geiger <email@example.com> writes:
> gg> I think I have to clear up some misconceptions here. At the
> gg> beginning of this year I stopped packaging for demudi
> gg> directly, and put all my packaging effort into making packages
> gg> for Debian proper. I did not say that I am launching a Debian
> gg> multimedia subproject, I just said I would support whoever
> gg> wants to do so. (Obviously nobody did yet) So please stop
> gg> referring to me as the driving force behind Debian multimedia,
> I don't think I did - I just said that I discussed this issue with you
> and Marco Trevisani, wrt how the AGNULA project and debian-multimedia
> could "coexist". I don't think that's a false statement.
> If somehow my words suggested or implied that you somehow took on the
> task of "building" debian-multimedia, that's just a result of me not
> being a native english speaker. Sorry if that's the case.
Please don't take offence - it was most likely my comment that started
this. My comment was (slightly misinformed) expression of my desire, in
Anyway, thanks to all for the clarification.
> gg> I am happy that the debian-multimedia list is what it is. A
> gg> list for discussing multimedia applications and its special
> gg> needs for Debian. If Demudi can profit from the work we are
> gg> doing there, then it is good and what I hoped that it would
> gg> be.
> I'd be happy if the reverse was also true, and that's why I wrote
> those few lines. No intent to give people more/less recognition
> and/or responsibility than they are aiming for.
Looks like we're all playing the same game. Good to see.
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