Re: Bug#283578: ITP: hot-babe -- erotic graphical system activitymonitor
Thomas Bushnell BSG <email@example.com> writes:
> David Pashley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> On Dec 10, 2004 at 16:30, Will Newton praised the llamas by saying:
>> > I have looked at it. And I don't think it is an acceptable thing
>> > to ship as part of an operating system. I am an atheist and a
>> > liberal but the majority of people in the world are not.
>> I don't think it is an acceptable thing to ship as it has no use.
> That's a bad reason; if you applied it consistently you'd have to get
> rid of frozen-bubble.
Though you could try the following set of criteria:
1. Are there already similar packages in Debian? NO - okay, add.
2. Does it offer significant *technical* advantages over those packages?
YES - okay, add.
3. Are any of those other similar packages poorly maintained? YES -
don't add another until the others are cleaned up or removed - so
4. Hairsplitting time - is there likelihood that adding it will cause
grave distress to some proportion of the target market? NO - don't
Default: then add it.
Since there are a *lot* of CPU monitors, and a finite number of
developers, and I'm sure at least one CPU monitor needs more
maintenance, and wmbubblemon does the same job better, why add another?
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