Re: Debian: abandon ship?
>>"John" == John Schmidt <email@example.com> writes:
John> I certainly appreciate the multiple architecture support of Debian. I
John> have it installed on a powerpc, m68k, and x86 box. I initially
John> installed it on my m68k box, since Debian was the only distribution
John> that supported it. I made the switch to my other boxes because I liked
John> the consistency of one distribution and hated the dependency mess of
John> rpm. I have advocated Debian to others in my work place and will
John> continue to do so.
Thank you. It is messages like this that make me continue to
put in the time and effort for Debian.
ps: the reson I moniotr this high volume list, while most of the
developers no longer bother, is to help with question about my
packages. It is hard to maintain motivation, most of the time, were it
not for posts like this one.
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years is that they've changed trumps from clubs to diamonds. The
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