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Re: where do NEW packages go?

On Sat, 18 May 2002, [iso-8859-1] Wolfgang Jährling wrote:

> True. But for most people in Debian, the Hurd doesn't exist at all and
> they "don't feel like caring about the Hurd". That is not only my
> subjective impression, but also what Debian developers said in the past
> (and some did behave accordingly). I would love to see the Hurd people
> and Debian people cooperate, but like Jeroen (and others as well), I
> have given up any hope and don't think that Debian will ever change in
> the necessary ways, as we were even told by people that they are
> unwilling to understand the Hurd-related issues.

One has to prove they can follow the current standard, before attempting to

And, hurd has not even done that.

Once we see that they can fit in with the rest of Debian, then hurd will be
given the credence it desires.  Until then, most requests will fall on deaf

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