On 31 December 2014 18:10:00 GMT+00:00, Andrei POPESCU <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Mi, 31 dec 14, 09:45:53, Jerry Stuckle wrote:
I've never said anyone should be obliged to maintain Debian the way I
want. I said the way they are going is not acceptable, so my clients
are changing distributions. Period.
I think the point some are trying to make is that Debian's direction can
be influenced, but this requires involvement. It might also be
cheaper in the long term than distro-hopping every time the distribution
in use takes an unwanted turn.
Of course, this will not fare well with people that chose GNU/Linux
because of the wrong impression that it is without cost.
 possibly even more so than other distributions, provided the desired
changes don't go against the Social Contract, etc.