On Sun, 2006-02-19 at 11:34 +0100, Marco d'Itri wrote: > On Feb 19, Robert Millan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Nevertheless, if you think abiword and openoffice.org should be moved then go > > for it. Just don't use them as excuse to turn warez wrappers into "generic" > > driver interfaces. > No excuses are needed, the definition of contrib is enough and > ndiswrapper has been uploaded to main using the same criteria which have > been used in the past for emulators. Stop rewriting history. > Please also stop insulting ndiswrapper users and developers by calling > it a "warez wrapper". > And for fuck's sake, stop filling up my inbox w/ this crap. I'm not doing a thing unless either a) you people come to a consensus on the issue (which you have not in the past threads, and probably never will), or b) a governing body like the ctte tells me that it should be in contrib. Otherwise, it's staying right where it is. Honestly, I could care less whether it's in contrib or main, but it was a decision that was made long ago, and I see no reason to make the change. Robert, don't you have better things to do w/ your time? Go fix cdbs bugs or something. David Nusinow requested help w/ xorg 7.0 packaging; maybe you should help him out. I'm sick and tired of these pointless discussions.
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