Re: RFC: Rules for distro-friendly packages
Vincent Bernat writes ("Re: RFC: Rules for distro-friendly packages"):
> We just don't live in the same world. Keep living in your narrow-minded
> world where users are not allowed to compile themselves software and
> where all systems are up-to-date. In my real world, I have users that
> are running very old distro and that cannot upgrade it nightly while
> everything works perfectly ans just need to test the software on a
> preprod system before trying to package it.
I agree with your underlying point. But there is absolutely no call
for phrases like "keep living in your narrow-minded world". I think
you owe Enrico an apology.
Please try to keep this list polite. It is OK to disagree with
people. It is not OK to call them rude names.