On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 5:58 PM, David Zeuthen <davidz(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Mon, 2008-10-27 at 12:18 -0400, Ray Strode wrote:
> This case in particular is silly, since Alex (who wrote spatial mode) is
> upstream GNOME and downstream Fedora.
You are missing the point that the sums of the bits (our product) is
larger than the bits itself (each package). I posited in my original
mail that we can create a better product if we have a dictator (or group
of dictators) that makes decisions. In other words, we need to move away
from the model where every package maintainer maintains his own fiefdom.
It's counter productive to the point that it cripples the product (e.g.
the firewall example I gave earlier).
Aaaahhhhh! That is why I can't open my corporate local pages!!! I
thought I was going nuts! I went from FC6 to F10 (rawhide) and I
thought this was some rawhide bug or miss configuration on my part.
How do I enable .local pages to work again?
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