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Re: where do NEW packages go?



On Wed, May 22, 2002 at 01:36:55PM +0200, Emile van Bergen wrote:
> There lies the core of the 'misunderstanding'.
<SNIP>
> But one thing for you though: please allow people to ask you to change
> your point of view, even if just for a minute, in order to try and
> understand things as they are. If you remain convinced of your own way
> of modeling the world, you'll never learn a thing that doesn't fit the
> model, nor will your model ever advance.
> 
> Essentially, that's the same thing you asked that from the Debian group
> (albeit not too politely). So, it's only reasonable that you do so as
> well.

Oh, now I understand everything. As I've always says, GNU/Hurd system
is different. The community isn't fragmented like the GNU/Linux
community and I don't see a need for 275 distribution of GNU/Hurd. I
actually want to make an universal GNU system which can be used by
everybody.

If somebody would have explained me this earlier I probably would have
unsubscribed from debian-devel immediately. I actually want to make a
very good GNU system, I think a lot of things are wrong in GNU/Linux
and I don't want them in the GNU system. If Debian really wants to
have all those Linux things in Debian GNU/Hurd *I* don't have any hope
for it ever becoming the official GNU system.

I think you have identified the core problem of Debian GNU/Hurd.

Jeroen Dekkers
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