Please assume good faith (was Re: systemd effectively mandatory now due to GNOME)
Le Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 02:09:46AM +0200, Adam Borowski a écrit :
> Also, GNOME does _not_ absolutely need systemd. Proof: Ubuntu. This part
> of its packaging in Debian strikes me as being intentionally malicious to
> push an agenda. And this is not the first time, we had this with Network
> Manager already.
at this point, I would like to point at a very important part of the
"revised code of conduct" that Wouter is proposing: "Assume good faith".
I use GNOME, I like it a lot, and would be extremely disapointed if in the
future I can not have it anymore because regular fingerpointing and accusation
would be driving out people who undertake a such a heavy task as maintaining a
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