Re: [Debconf-team] debconf10 is _11th_ debian conference
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- Subject: Re: [Debconf-team] debconf10 is _11th_ debian conference
- From: Alexander Reichle-Schmehl <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2010 09:09:01 +0200
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Am 31.08.2010 19:45, schrieb Patty Langasek:
> Am I reading this right?
> 2) If you are unable to make the change, find someone who can and /do/ it.
I can't believe what I read. If the intention of this whole thread was,
to demotivate me from forwarding debconf press announcement to the
regular debian channels: Congrats, you nearly reached your goal.
Just for the record: There was a report, I explained, why I didn't
considered it a bug. Several people misunderstood me / only saw a part
of the communication, and I corrected them. And in the end the "bug"
was fixed, quite some time before you send your mail.
Alexander, who still wonders, why everything press related is always a
PITA, when debconf is involved