Re: The future of the debian/powerpc port ...
On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 06:21:36AM -0400, Stephen Frost wrote:
> * Sven Luther (email@example.com) wrote:
> > - i was expulsed from debian on Frans Pop's request a few months ago,
> > when the ban started.
> [etc, etc, etc....]
> The ban on -powerpc was lifted because of numerous comments that you've
> helped people in the past with powerpc issues.
> Discussion about your removal from Debian, the ban, forking Debian,
> commercialization, your company, etc, etc, are strictly off-topic for
Just a last point on this topic. my company is just me, and i mentioned
it, not to make money, or commercialize debian, or whatever, but as an
idea which can be discussed, because i recognize that some may care
about the powerpc port, but do not feel that they have the technical
skill to actively participate, or the time for it.
This is also one reason why i participated less in the recent time,
because i simply had less time to devote to debian and since debian
stopped being fun and started to be painful and hurting, well, this
killed my motivation also.
So, let not Stephen's political ranting be in the way of a real
discussion of the future of the powerpc debian port, and what we, the
powerpc users, want for it.