Re: -= PROPOSAL =- Release sarge with amd64
If anyone thinks this GR will actually achieve anything positive,
If anyone thinks that trying to decide technical issues through voting
is a good idea, I pity them.
If anyone thinks that they can insult people as much as they like
and that the people they insult still have some obligation to respond
to them, they're entirely mistaken.
If anyone thinks "$foo doesn't communicate with $bar" == "$foo doesn't
communicate", they're being at best disingenuous.
If anyone thinks that abusing debian-devel-announce or GRs is the best
(or indeed "only") way to force through their pet issue, they're very
If anyone thinks Debian in general is good at communication, they're
deluded. I've filed bugs that haven't see any communication in over 4
I will not be blackmailed into doing things for people who have public
tantrums to try and force stuff through. In fact, it'll very much
encourage me to not work on whatever it is they're whining about.
(And others have warned that this is the case.)
If you want to help with getting amd64 into the archive then, please,
reign in its more vocal proponents - they're only succeeding in
delaying its addition to the archive.
James - as always speaking only for myself
 e.g. "every minute spent thinking of this fuckwit makes me lose
one month of life" [Josselin Mouette, the GR Proposer on IRC,
referring to Ryan Murray.]
or "The buildd admins must be incompetent or on crack."
[Chris Cheney, the firstname.lastname@example.org
abuser, in http://people.debian.org/~terpstra/message/20040120.041904.3885b3c4.html]
 Don't get me wrong - I couldn't care less if/how random people
insult me and the fact that several of the folks who keep
demanding its inclusion into the archive have been personally
abusive to me doesn't in anyway affect amd64's inclusion into the
archive. It does however mean that I tend to ignore mail from
them and threads started by them.