Re: Bug#365010: Xserver G5 usb keyboard not loaded ...
On Thu, Apr 27, 2006 at 03:34:30PM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2006 at 10:46:24PM +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> > The maintainer is held responsible (and frans and joeyh have not stepped down
> > from reminding me of this in the past) of the build failure, while a
> > contributor is free commit fixes, without necessarily being the one to blame
> > for every problem of the port.
> And whereas when the alpha daily builds are broken and require build env
> updates to get them working again I simply fix them at my earliest
> opportunity, you invariably used this as an excuse to accuse the rest of the
I don't remember it such, i remember frans accusing me of negligence and
misconduct because i did give a (maybe a bit uninformed) advice to a powerpc
> d-i team of misconduct or negligence. Your technical skills and committment
> to powerpc are valuable traits, but the only thing you bring to the table
> that's irreplaceable is your penchant for vitriol, and I'm quite sure
> everyone involved would be happy to be rid of that.
I am most assuredly not the only one in debian with this trait, who will you
get ride of next ?
> It's unfortunate that even your resignation as d-i porter doesn't spare the
> rest of the d-i team from having their time wasted by threads like this.
Oh, thanks. so you also believe that the removal of my d-i commit rights was
Could you please explain this in the open, and not in this cabal like fasion ?
(22:36:45)< vorlon> fjp: can you speak to why svenl's commit access to d-i was
revoked? I vaguely remember a clean-up of unused d-i accounts, but I thought
that only covered accounts that had been unused for some time.
(22:37:07)< fjp> vorlon: I'd prefer /msg
So, why was i not informed of that fact ? And why is the powerpc port broken
since 4 weeks without nobody noticing ?