Re: [ad-hominem construct deleted]
On Wed, Jan 18, 2006 at 10:01:31AM +0100, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
> * Matt Zimmerman <email@example.com> [2006-01-17 11:36]:
> > I'm saying that you should pause and consider that you're looking at a
> > world-writable resource before treating its contents as a position statement
> > on behalf of the project, and that malicious intent is far from the only (or
> > even the most common) reason for errors. It could very well be that Mark or
> > someone else originally wrote "from Debian" and the quote was transcribed
> > incorrectly.
> Then pretty please fix it.
You surely understand that it isn't appropriate for me to change a quote
which is attributed to someone else.
However, I did ask Mark to clarify it, and he has done so, so hopefully you
can rest easy and this subthread can die.
> > I haven't a clue what you're talking about here. What press release, and
> > how does d-d-a enter into it?
> You do read d-d-a, don't you? I am refering to buxy's mail, which
> stirred this all up.
I did, but I have no idea what you meant to say by "a press release so you
can add d-d-a to your announce lists", or how this relates to the mail that
you cite. Perhaps you could rephrase it more clearly? The grammar in the
original is difficult to parse.
> > Do you not read debian-devel-announce?
> Yes, I do. Again, I cite myself:
> >> I wonder why I never received any bugreport about my stupid and wrong
> >> C++ transition here...
> Do you imply with this message that Ubuntu doesn't care about quality
> in their upstreams but rather keep their stuff to themselfes?
Please, be reasonable. You were notified about the existence of the patch
in an announcement on a mailing list that Debian developers are required to
read. Don't blame Ubuntu because you didn't use this information.