Re: wiki.d.o: SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager (bis)
On 12190 March 1977, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
> the wiki page http://wiki.debian.org/SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager
> could use some work,
Why does a wiki page of a long-over event need to be edited? There does
not seem to be a point to it.
> but I can't easily edit it due to an edit restriction on my account
> for this page set by Steve McIntyre in revision 18.
> The restriction is commented by "Put the page back to where it has
> been for a year. Philippe: why are you changing this after a year?". I
> answered Steve's question and asked him to revert, but he declined:
First, Sledge is a gsoc admin for debian, so his opinion does count
double too. Second, he gives a pretty good reasoning why he did it: Your
changes arent welcome. Simple as that, its a pretty easy "Go
elsewhere, you are wrong here".
There is a good link for you to reread:
> Some improvements that should be made can be seen in the diff between
> revisions 10 and 11. Would someone restore this version or remove the
> access restriction so I can handle it?
What does any change in a 2009 gsoc page gain anyone now?
(And besides, "improvements" is a very biased opinion. Other people
stated that its worse with it.
SUSE = Soll Unix Sein, Eigentlich.