Re: Bug#468183: ITP: monkey -- small webserver based on the?HTTP/1.1 protocol
Le Saturday 01 March 2008 17:37:40 David Nusinow, vous avez écrit :
> > Basically, a package has bugs because the maintainer or upstream is not
> > reponsive/available/..., not because there are too much *choice*.
> Um. No. We have lots of people. We also have lots of software. If we lose
> some of the redundant software and keep the same number of people then we
> have more people to work on the software that requires attention. It's
> pretty simple.
So, we basically *agree* that a lot of software makes more bugs. Whoa, that's
Now, unless we decide to, Debian is not meant to refuse any *new* package.
Which means that the distribution will always grow, even without redundant
All in all, yes sure, reducing choice will give a breath and reduce load, but
clearly, it's only postponing the issue, and giving false answers to real
> This is, not coincidentally, one of the many reasons why so many people
> flock to Ubuntu rather than Debian.
Are you meaning to disqualify yourself with this kinds of trolls ?
Ubuntu clearly concentrate on a core set of packages, and pulls out of debian
the others. So I'd be delighted to see how ubuntu would handle this
diversity, and have so many users without *our* diversity.