What is considered the best practice for packaging a program that uses
Is there a Fedora library that provides strlcpy() and friends?
Should I add an implmentation of strlcpy() to the package as an
additional source or patch?
Should I modify the program to not need strlcpy()? (I really don't like
[Bug 559312] thunderbird corrupts mail indices (Old mail marked as new)
For the last 24hrs all my mail state (read/unread, all tags) have
been completely destroyed. DO NOT upgrade to version 3.0.1!!!
Most of us really take pride in making sure what we push out to
the community has been tested and will not be disruptive
or destructive. Then there a small group of people that simply
don't give a damn what they push out or the havoc they cause.
This makes the *entire* community look like crap...
My goal here is twofold. One alert everyone that your mail will
be destroyed if you upgrade to 3.0.1 and to shine light on
shoddy work in hopes they will take pride in one, fixing the
problem ASAP and two change their process so things like
IMHO... events like this is the reason why Linux (Fedora explicitly)
is having such a hard time being accepted the mainstream....
This might be a dup, and I'm a bit under the weather so in
no mood to search BZ. Anyways for other people who might hit
this if your mouse and keyb in X in rawhide all of a sudden are
gone, this is due to haldaemon not starting, which is caused
by some selinux issue. Setting selinux to permissive works
around this for me.