Re: StrongARM tactics
Stephen Gran <email@example.com> writes:
> Instead, you could hold a grudge and complain. That would be in keeping
> with the Debian tradition, after all.
Not really holding a grudge; the problem was only just resolved
yesterday. In a week, it would be forgotten. It was just ironic.
> Note: I am not pretending o be personally involved in the ARM port in
> any way, and have no strong feelings about it one way or the other.
> While it would be sad to lose it, I have to say I haven't been working
> on it. It's just that resonding to a "we need help, and are willing to
> take a loss to provide porter hardware in order to get that help" email
> with "some guy didn't answer my email, so screw that port" seems a bit
> silly and overblown.
I'm not saying "screw the port"; I'm saying "help sorting through the
failed-build packages may well be wasted work."
There may be plenty of other things that are not wasted work. But
until the port maintainers figure out a way to not toss work, is it
really churlish of me to say I'm not so much interested in doing that
I don't want to see a hundred Debian developers each process two of
these packages, and have all that labor wasted.