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Re: /bin/sh (was Re: jessie release goals)

Niels Thykier dixit:

>I believe you are being needlessly rude right now.  Please keep in mind

Probably… but I think Canonical employees and *buntu developers have
a conflict of interest, which *does* have “interesting” effects, such
as wheezy releasing with different gcc versions being default across
architectures. (I like Doko, and he’s very welcoming and helpful, but
I can’t help but notice this… “interesting” effect.)

GNOME packagers probably have a conflict of interest too, considering
that GNOME wants to push their own “OS” with everything integrated, no
choices, and even theming forbidden (because they believe that there’s
no way to use a desktop but theirs).

Yes, it was probably *too* rude for the mailing list… take it as being
a Devil’s Advocate. Steve, I would like to apologise for the rudeness
and anything that might be taken personal (as opposed to the conflict
of interest I believe happens here, and the other stuff).

>The Debian Project welcomes and encourages participation by everyone. """[1]
>That includes Canonical and *buntu.

… but that doesn’t give either preferential treatment.

That line includes me too, even though that’s apparently liked to be

Of course, no preferential treatment, either.

Sorry,  I’m annoyed today and you came by as an Arch user. These are the
perfect victims for any crime against humanity, like  systemd,  feminism
or social democracy.
		-- Christoph Lohmann on dev@suckless.org

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