Re: Questions about Ubuntu
On Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 12:56:58PM -0800, Ted Walther wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 03:22:13PM -0500, David Nusinow wrote:
> >On Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 11:33:31AM -0800, Ted Walther wrote:
> >>Good question. Maybe we should start up a debian-ubuntu mailing
> >>list, and find out. Perhaps people with a gripe about Ubuntu should
> >>write them up on http://wiki.debian.org/UbuntuGripe
> >Have you been paying attention to any of the thousands of mails that
> >have already been written on this subject? Ample data is already out
> >there, if you would care to take a little time to analyze it.
> If you think there is more information in those messages besides the
> fact that Ubuntu isn't harming Debian, and Debian isn't harming Ubuntu,
> then I hereby delegate you to summarize those mails, in your own words.
> I'm ready to hear what you have to say.
First off you have no right to delegate much of anything without winning
the election. Furthermore, I'm going to have to decline your offer because
I have an X Strike Force to lead.
But because I care about this issue far more than you appear to, I'll do
even better than you asked for. I'll provide you with expert opinion on how
to solve the problem from someone who's actually collaborated very publicly
and visibly with Ubuntu to Debian's benefit:
I look forward to watching you implement these suggestions among the wide
body of developers, whether or not you wear the mantle of DPL.
- David Nusinow