Re: "Why" Debian Common Core Alliance? Why not Debian?
> I haven't seen any such proposals (beyond "add LSB compliance" and
> "new X"); I wouldn't really expect to either -- far easier and better
> to just make the improvements, license them freely, and put them out
> for use and comment simultaneously. Which is to say, create a fork.
Are you saying that it is better and easier to create a fork than work on
improving Debian? I don't get that sorry, maybe I just misunderstood your
email. But if I got it right, I wonder for whom it is better and easier? And
I also wonder why anyone is uploading new packages into Debian at all, if
it's easier and better to create a fork.
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