Re: Talk at openSUSE conference - input needed
On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 11:58:26AM +0000, Andre Felipe Machado wrote:
> At mid-July 2009 a long (and heated, until August) discussion thread started at
> debian-project list regarding release dates, freeze dates, cadence and
> collaboration between Debian and Ubuntu.
> Mr. Shuttleworth suggested modifying Debian dates in order to sync with Ubuntu LTS.
> The long discussion resulted in a suggestion of feasible collaboration approach
> from Debian
> And then Ubuntu / Canonical started a task
> that had achieved some advancements in coordination with Debian:
Ah, really? Those are?
> Work items:
> kernel: DONE
> [vorlon]python: DONE
I don't think python is a good example here, tbh.
> openoffice: DONE
What please? I don't see any coordination except syncing (and breaking
working stuff in the process) and that not even since long. You right now
have a obsolete and buggy version in Ubuntu <whatever is called your current
> I hope these first efforts, that are being observed by other teams at both
> sides, could result valuable enough to motivate other teams to participate, at
> At a win-win agreement, all involved benefit from.
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