RE: Quitting debian-java
How many people are in this list? How many want to use Java
on a Debian system?
We can certainly pool our resources together to get a good
Java infrastructure going.
It is kind of stupid on my part, but I have resorted to run
Java on my Win2k laptop.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Artur Radosz [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2001 10:40 AM
> To: Peter Moulder; Stephane Bortzmeyer
> Cc: debian-java
> Subject: Re: Quitting debian-java
> Peter Moulder wrote:
> > On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 12:27:41PM +0100, Artur Radosz wrote:
> >> One good news in this day (really bad day for me)!
> >> Maybe now something with java-debain will change.
> >> Go away.
> > What do you think you achieve by sending this message?
> > Stephan has already announced his intentions, so I don't
> suppose you can
> > have any effect on whether or not he does "go away" from
> java-debian. If
> > you wish to dissuade others from behaving similar to
> Stephan in some way,
> > then you can be far more effective by encouraging a
> specified different
> > behaviour (without having a go at Stephen).
> > I think the main thing achieved by being rude to people in
> public is to
> > discourage them and everyone reading from volunteering
> their efforts. In
> > most cases (including in Stephen's case from what I know),
> the person
> > contributes much good to free software even if you do
> disagree with some
> > of what s/he does.
> > There is very rarely much positive gained from insulting people in
> > public, and there are usually better (more effective and having less
> > harmful side effects) ways in any case. I hope that you will
> > consider this in future when you have a bad day.
> > pjm.
> You are right. Sorry.
> It was stupid.
> Anyway i hope that after quiting main Java2 blocker from his
> position we
> will have
> Java 2, and many different FREE software that bases on it,
> included in
> best linux distribution.
> And maybe more democratic decision making system will be developed?
> sorry for english
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