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Re: where do NEW packages go?

On Sat, 18 May 2002, Colin Watson wrote:

> I hope you aren't tarring everyone with the same brush. Some of us are
> quite happy to take good patches no matter where they come from, and try
> to cooperate as best we can with people who are following different
> interests within Debian. I'm sure there are plenty of less vocal people
> who avoid the more emotionally-charged debates but who behave likewise.

I don't maintain much.  In fact, recently(this year) I took measures to reduce
my packages(I gave most away).

The things that I do still work on in Debian(bts, dpkg) are fairly critical,
and changes to them are not to be done likely.

The ones I have seen requested, have generally not taken into consideration
the overall picture.

I'm not against the hurd.  Not at all.  I'm just against any person or
organization requesting me to do something, when I have no idea how 'learned'
that individual or group is.

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