Re: Description of tasks
On Sat, Jul 17, 2004 at 10:34:28AM +0200, David Weinehall wrote:
> > It will surprise you, but I'm neither a DD nor is buildd.net an official
> > part of Debian. So, what make you believe, you can extend the SC to outside
> > resources or people?
> well, you sure seem to want to be treated as a DD in every other way,
> you surely flame like a regular DD,
I would prefer to be not forced into flaming back.
> you demand to be able to run an
> official buildd for Debian,
Is that a call to draw back my buildds? That would include 3-4 buildds and
several other machines that are available for DDs and used f.e. bei doko for
building gcc snapshots.
> you scream loudly when you have problems
> communicating with the Debian FTP-master team.
I believe that problems should be spoken out and should get solved. So,
what's wrong with pointing at problems?
> (And at least I am not surprised to see you not being a DD. With your
> attitude, I doubt you'll ever become one, either...)
No problem... as long as that Troup-thingie is in place, I don't *want* to
become a DD.
> > > Really, you should be willing to share your work freely with others
> > > with no strings attached. If you aren't willing to do this, then
> > > perhaps you should reconsider whether you are really suited to
> > > participating with the development of free software in general and the
> > > Debian Project in particular. We are working together, not against
> > > each other.
> > Really? Can you prove this? I'm really not convinced of that after this
> > thread.
> You're using the distribution Debian, isn't that proof enough that
> people are working together?
> A distribution of this size doesn't just
> spontaneously form out of nothing. It requires a huge effort of team
> work. Just consider the new debian-installer as a grand example of
> team work, or maybe the glibc-maintainance...
And there a signs that the team play does not work anymore...