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Re: HowTo Fork Debian? At first, just for fun... Plus a new home for kFreeBSD!

Tony van der Hoff wrote:
On 12/11/14 16:46, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:
On 12 November 2014 14:27, Tony van der Hoff <tony@vanderhoff.org> wrote:
On 12/11/14 16:11, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:

I think that is time to start working on a `Debian Fork`.


I have free hosting facilities and lots of servers to make this a reality.
Good! Now you can set up your own mailing list, and stop bothering
debian-user. And all your pals, of like mind, can also decamp!


Tony van der Hoff        | mailto:tony@vanderhoff.org
Buckinghamshire, England |
I don't understand Tony, a Debian fork _is_ about Debian. Since it is
still the `upstream` provider, for its forks. It is all about Debian.

I'm sorry but, I can not stop talking about Debian on Debian lists.

You cannot stop talking. It's boring to those of us who have no problem
with the way Debian is developing.

This list is for than what interests you alone. If you find a topic boring, then ignore it, rather than polluting the airwaves with your disinterest. That's what subject lines, delete keys, and kill files are for. Telling others to "shut up" because you're bored is inappropriate and obnoxious.

This (Debian stability and future) matters too much for me, and right
now, the only thing that I can do, is `talk`. So, please, stop trying
to take even this away from me (us).

Talk, as much as you like on your own list. That's what you want, isn't it?

I, for one, as a long-time Debian user, am interested to know about new developments in the Debian ecosystem - such as forks, derivatives, and so forth. I am NOT BORED, and want to hear more.

Miles Fidelman

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