Re: dpkg semi-hijack - an announcement (also, triggers)
John Goerzen writes ("Re: dpkg semi-hijack - an announcement (also, triggers)"):
> I think both you and Ian are making a mountain out of a molehill here. So
> what if the history isn't pretty? It won't impact anybody running dpkg. It
> likely won't even impact the people hacking on dpkg. In fact, 2 years
> hence, I bet nobody cares. Just git merge and be done with it.
That's what I did, in Augustt and in October. The third time I did
it I uploaded the result. It got unaccepted because the dpkg team are
more interested in blocking.
I'm not sure how I'm making a mountain out of a molehill.
I'm complaining that Guillem and Raphael have refused for 6 months to
take my code because of complaints which are both trivial and wrong.