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Re: Canonical's business model

Em Qua, 2006-01-11 às 14:36 -0800, Thomas Bushnell BSG escreveu:
> Gustavo Franco <gustavorfranco@gmail.com> writes:
> > It was already discussed[0], and there's no consensus on this idea of
> > "every Ubuntu changeset, a patch in Debian BTS" between DDs. 
> Right.  I want Ubuntu to exercise judgment, and not just give a big
> pile of patches, some of which are Debian-relevant and some of which
> are not.  Think, for example, of the normal way a Debian developer
> should interact with upstream.

This is exactly the point, what can I do with a patch if I don't know
why it's there? Which problem is it trying to address (I know, I can
read the patch and guess, but WTF), and why such solution was adopted...
Everytime I submit a patch, I also submit this reasoning...


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