Re: *UNAPPROVED* dpkg nmu
On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 18:36:49 +0100, martin f krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> also sprach Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> [2004.02.28.1648
>> I would think that the US has as many developers as europe -- so
>> why not have the next dpkg conference in TeXas, and see how the
>> shoe fits?
> I'd rather not have my identity scrutinised by Immigration and
> *Naturalisation* _Services_.
And I would be scuritnized and made to answer 20 questions to
even get to England. Heck, returnng from India once, weather had
caused us to misss the connectng flight to the US, and we were stuck
in Schipol for 22 hours, I saw the authorities *refuse* let a family
from Bangladesh go to the airline provided Hotel (though they had a
US Green Card and passage on the flight the next day). This though
they were travelling with a baby and small children, and the airport
is not geared for long stays (no place to sleep, etc).
Since US develoeprs were not invited to these sekrit european
meetings, perhaps the INS issue can be dimissed equally high
> Don't forget that no developer of Middle Eastern descent, nor any
> Cuban will be able to participate in Texas, for they are dangerous
Do we even have Cuban developers? And do we have cuban dpkg
developers? (hint: we have a Texan who develops dpkg)
>> > and it's easy to get to from Europe.
>> And harder to get to from the US. I would find it much easier to
>> make TeXas than London.
> I would find it much easier to make London than anywhere in the US.
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