Re: For those who care about their packages in Ubuntu
Matt Zimmerman <email@example.com> writes:
> If that were true, you wouldn't be having this conversation with me. It is
> costing me an unreasonable amount of time to deal with this trivial issue,
> and I've spent a disproportionate amount of it going in circles with you.
> I'm quickly losing interest in discussing this with you at all, to be
Then, um, don't. Doesn't affect me either way.
>> You have not ever shown a serious interest in what Debian would like.
> This is, again, insulting, and nonsensical in the face of the repeated
> dialogues I have initiated and participated in with Debian developers
> regarding Ubuntu practices.
Can you describe the cases in which you have altered your practices in
response to the views of Debian developers?
I refer not to technical decisions or particular patches, but rather,
things on the level of policy and overall structure. As far as I can
tell, you have not done any such. This makes it seem unlikely that
you really are willing to entertain such changes. Perhaps, though, I
You have attempted to convince Debian that what you are doing is
already cooperation, but that is not the same thing as a serious
interest in what Debian would like. Instead, you have tried to
convince us that what you are providing is what we should like.