On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 01:20:09PM +0200, Eray Ozkural wrote: > I couldn't care less. You're just another lamer who speaks too much and > accomplishes little. Buzz off. I'm not even going to bother to respond to this, but I'm sure there are many (*cough*Branden, packaging systems*cough*) who would gladly jump at the opportunity. > You couldn't even handle a simple build engineering task. How the heck are > people going to turn on optimizations on non-existent packages Mr. Stone? > Leave aside the fact that building these take a lot of time and space.... I have working qt3/kdelibs4/kdebase3 packages, as I stated, but I am not releasing them to the public until they're fully tested. A few people have these packages and are happily using them. "Non-existant", I'm sure. > These binaries I did at least work, and do not require users to remove their > KDE2 packages... The interested parties could give it a try without deleting > their working debian setup, that's all I had thought. KDE does need feedback > from users. Anyway, if nobody's going to bother no need.... I certainly > didn't expect any sort of assistance from you. I certainly didn't expect anything other than hot air from you, but I didn't expect you to be a prick, either. Such is life. > Please don't post any mails on this thread. Not to you I won't, because you're killfiled. -- Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> <Addi> It would be kind of cool to have a bunch of satelittes that were on the same trajectory as the earth around the sun, but going the other way. <pudge> so twice a year we all have to duck?
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