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Re: squeeze will have googleearth-package



> And yes, this mail is mocking this whole story.  And no, you shouldn't
> go whining about your pet package on -devel to get it included.

What I don't understand is your tone by which you're conveying this message.

If it wasn't for those "pet packages" as you call them, Debian
wouldn't be what it is today, and there wouldn't be number of packages
you listed below.

Personally I suggest you see:
http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2010/debconf10/high/1364_1364_Making_Debian_Rule_again.ogv


Adnan

On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 5:38 PM, Philipp Kern <trash@philkern.de> wrote:
> On 2011-01-07, Holger Levsen <holger@layer-acht.org> wrote:
>> squeeze will have googleearth-package, it was unblocked yesterday.
>
> It won't have a googleearth package, though.
>
> And it will have literally about 17200 packages in main on i386.  And
> about 15580 source packages.  They come with a free license, too.  And
> have figuratively millions of users, I'm sure of it.  And hey, it will
> even release with firmware-linux-nonfree, keeping our non-favourite
> hardware components working, and it only has half the userbase of
> firmware-linux-free!
>
> And yes, this mail is mocking this whole story.  And no, you shouldn't
> go whining about your pet package on -devel to get it included.
>
> Thanks
> Philipp Kern
>
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