Le lundi 22 janvier 2007 à 13:10 -0500, Greg Folkert a écrit : > I am telling you right now, that the BUGS of which I experience, I > "discover" the bugs in bugs.d.o. Exactly the same problems... > workarounds offered by the developers are typically non-existent and > typically are tagged "not reproducible" and closed with admonishment to > the bug-submitter. Oh, right. Now, you're blaming GNOME for the way Christian Marillat used to deal with bugs. Fine. > I hope you realize what your are doing. Its comments like you have made > that keeps the reputation of the GNOME team and GNOME Distro teams it > the negative when you try to belittle and try to humiliate the people > that would like to use the product of your labors. It is more and more > clear the whole GNOME developer "gang" is just that. People who use the software and report bugs when they find some are more likely to get support than those bashing on irrelevant mailing lists and spreading unclear accusations. You think you can make GNOME better by spreading rumors. I think I can make GNOME better by co-maintaining the packages. Believe it or not, the latter approach is more efficient. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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