Re: Making Debian work: a question of trust indeed
Josip Rodin wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 21, 2007 at 11:03:32AM +0100, Martin Schulze wrote:
> > Marc Haber wrote:
> > > On Wed, Nov 21, 2007 at 01:39:39AM +0100, Sam Hocevar wrote:
> > > > I also learned tonight that a few of the things I was complaining
> > > > about were being worked on (though I was not aware of it),
> > >
> > > The fact that the DPL does not know about important things going on
> > > with Debian is a strong indicator that there is something wrong with
> > > the communication behavior of people in key positions.
> > The DPL does not need to know every bit of current work of every team or developer.
> Leave it to Joey to go off on a completely pointless tangent in a oneliner
> that is intended to sound oh so knowing... I've been seeing these
> pretentious quips for many years now, and guess what - they're still not
> insightful, except in the way that they continue to provide an insight
> into how the project is generally stuck with the likes of yourself.
> It's actually quite indicative that you thought it was a good idea to reply
> here - James at least has the simple decency to keep quiet when he doesn't
> have time to do all the things he's in charge of (even if that silence is
> often annoying as well), but he at least recognizes the problems, and he
> set up the RT as a way of dealing with them. You, on the other hand,
> actually refuse to use that RT, as I'm told. Yet you don't seem to mind
> participating, however feebly, in mailing list discussions like this one.
> That is really contemptible.
I recognise that I haven't done anything useful yet and will probably
not do anything useful in the future. I shall be silent for you as
well from now on.
Unix is user friendly ... It's just picky about its friends.