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Re: c'toi le 38...

On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:
> Quoting posion bit (poisonbit@gmail.com):
>> I'm not going to fill a lot of little bugs for this, I expect debian
>> scripts to be designed following some simple bash best practices.
> By what miracle do you expect this to happen (assuming you have a
> point somewhere) if you don't file bugs?
> Do you expect maintainers to discover this by being illuminated by
> some magic raylight from "$DEITY" (quoted) shouting, with a loud voice,
> from behind his|her|its cloud: "Thou Shalt Quote Thy Variables"?

Hello Christian,

   I'm not opening bugs by many motives:

    - I'm not still sure if I should remain using debian other N
years, or stop now.
    - I do not want to annoy more people (yet)
    - People is working in releasing squeeze, If I could dedicate some
effort, could be better to review pending bugs, not undetected bugs
that depending who is talking aren't bugs.

   There are some more reasons, but I prefer not explain all of them

   You know that I was talking about more things than quotes in the
other day words that we crossed.

   Debian want to improve user experience... ok... think again...
instead of (or added to) the command-not-found efforts, maybe better a
man debian.1 as the one attached, and all the others linked in that .1
example (and maybe updates for some of them with apt)

    try man -k debian in a default install. There are some things
but... search them...

    you know, the prompt is very black at first login. If command not
found is good, a man debian followed by all other official/practical
docs I put in the example (based on the website).

   "Where", and "how" and to "which package" I should start filing
bugs to avoid coexistence problems, is unknown to me at this moment.
"When"... it is clear that I prefer not doing it these days that my
blood is running a little fast.

   The example is in pod format (sorry), paste this in a example.pod
and then read with perldoc example.pod

   How do you see this kind of things? and where should I fill bugs
about things that nobody wants to talk about? how do I fill "the
future Debian  bashrc has the bashrc that ubuntu had some year ago" ?
I don't see the "positive" way of do it.

=head1 NAME

Debian - The universal operative system.


Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your computer. An OS is the set
of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run.


Debian GNU/Linux uses the Linux kernel (the core of an OS), but most of
the basic OS tools come from GNU project; hence the name GNU/Linux.

Debian GNU/Kfreebsd uses the FreeBSD kernel, but most of the OS tools
come from GNU project; hence the name GNU/FreeBSD.

Debian provides more than a pure OS: it comes with over XX000 packages,
precompiled software bundled up in a nice format, for easy installation on
your machine.


You are using a program called B<man> that program has its own manual, and
also talks about how you can search into the documentation and more topics.
To open the B<man> manual you will need:

    man man

Debian documentation is very extensive and detailed. This manual comes in
each Debian release, and index which directions you can choose:

    man man
    man debian
    man debian_squeeze
    man debian_squeeze_upgrade
    man debian_releases
    man debian_help_and_contact
    man debian_bugs

B<Debian Project>
    man debian_free_software
    man debian_social_contract
    man debian_help_and_contact
    man debian_donations
    man debian_mailing_lists
    man debian_news
    man debian_partners

B<Debian Development>
    man debian_developer
    man debian_documentation
    man debian_mantainer
    man debian_teams
    man debian_translation

B<Debian OS>
    man debian_system_boot
    man debian_sysyem_kernel
    man debian_system_init
    man debian_system_networking
    man debian_system_software
    man debian_system_policies

    man debian_reference



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