Re: Complaint about #debian operator
Scripsit David Nusinow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 01:59:05PM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
>> I have been on #debian for a while, and I can understand that you
>> are fully booked. Still, #ubuntu is not the place to which we should
>> send people when they want Debian vs. Ubuntu thoughts.
> Have you been in the channel? I've never ever seen you in there. You
> obviously haven't put in that much time answering questions.
> http://debstats.dontexist.org/ doesn't have you on the list, so you can't
> have been that active in actually doing the work.
Nonwithstanding the merits or lack of same of Martin's point, I'm
intrigued by the suggestion that one needs to be among the top 50
posters in order to have a reasonable  idea of what usually goes on
in the channel. Is that really what you mean?
 As in, "sufficient that one's opinion is somewhat informed".
Henning Makholm "Den nyttige hjemmedatamat er og forbliver en myte.
Generelt kan der ikke peges på databehandlingsopgaver af
en sådan størrelsesorden og af en karaktér, som berettiger
forestillingerne om den nye hjemme- og husholdningsteknologi."