On Wed, 2005-01-05 at 10:45 +0100, Marco d'Itri wrote: > On Jan 04, Matthew Garrett <email@example.com> wrote: > > > It shouldn't be forgotten that the biggest blocker after these things is > > probably a general failure to actually care all that much. How many > > people are actually behaving as if a release is just around the corner? > A very simple way would be to make them believe that this is true, and > this is going to be hard if it's not. > > Let's try a different approach: everybody should ask himself "is > something I am doing or not doing holding the release?". > And after fixing his own work then ask "who is left doing or not > something which is holding the release?", and start pointing fingers. > (Pointing fingers may not help speeding up the release, but will be an > useful distraction while we wait.) OK, exactly what are YOU NOT DOING, now? Come on, I know you CAN'T be that busy. You only maintain a few trivial packages... come on you could NMU the kernel-source-2.[4|6] fixing all th issues. To that extent, there is only a few hundred RC bugs. Me, You ask? I am already too busy to help out. -- greg, firstname.lastname@example.org The technology that is Stronger, better, faster: Linux P.S. Of course you hopefully realize, that this is a flippant remark.
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