Re: BREAKING NEWS: Debian developers aren't trusted
Le lundi 12 février 2007 à 19:35 +1000, Anthony Towns a écrit :
> > There are different levels of trusting. One can think that no DD
> > would introduce malware in the archive and anyway could think also that some
> > developers are not good for certain tasks because of attitude/lack of
> > skills/lack of time/whatever.
> Or simply because they don't accept/respect/understand the goals other
> people are trying to achieve.
Could you explain which goals the buildd administrators are trying to
achieve that Aurélien doesn't accept/respect/understand, and for which
he shouldn't be trusted?
> There's no need for everyone to do that for all goals Debian developers
> have, but if you're going to do things that interfere with others' goals
> for the distro, you do have to take some care. If you're not willing to
> take that degree of care, or find some way of achieving your goals that
> doesn't affect other folks work, you'll find you won't be trusted. That
> shouldn't be surprising.
> And yes, sometimes it might be better to accept that what you want to do
> interfers with other people's directions and do it anyway. But it's not
> fair or reasonable to expect other people to like it, or not to rethink
> how they work with you.
Intellectual masturbation. Again, what are you talking about?
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