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Re: Complaint about #debian operator

also sprach Paul Johnson <baloo@ursine.ca> [2005.12.12.0112 +0100]:
> Ubuntu tries so hard to be Debian without actually contributing
> back to Debian.  Let them compare on their own channel.

I can hardly imagine you actually have substance to back up these
claims. Of course, if you as a DD refuse to consider their patches,
you could persuade yourself that they are just leeches.

And as a matter of fact, Ubuntu does not try to be Debian for
various reasons. One might be that then they'd call themselves
"Debian for Humans", not s/Debian/Linux.

But your post makes it all the more clear that *a lot* of Debian
people need to get the facts straight, and that a Debian vs. Ubuntu
comparison on #debian is definitely not out of place.

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