On 12/24/06, Warren Togami <wtogami(a)redhat.com> wrote:
"fedora-submit will be a command-line tool that ships RPMs to the Fedora
project for inclusion in their repository. It will ship with a future
release of Fedora Core."
No it will not.
Fedora project honcho. Has backed this concept."
I am not the "honcho", and I have never supported your crack-filled ideas.
Nobody in the Fedora Project has endorsed your fedora-submit tool. We
have stated on multiple occasions that your reasons for fedora-submit
*COMPLETELY MISS THE POINT*. By the existence of this page with its
stated falsehoods you potentially confuse the community into thinking
that we support your idea.
Please delete this page, or at least remove the false statements.
Was this email and the rest of the replies really necessary to a
public list? Calling out Eric Raymond on a public list is like
shooting fish in a barrel with peppershot, you are going to get a
response and in the end it will smell pretty bad. A set of private
emails would have been a better channel, and if they didn't get what
you want a comment to the Fedora Advisory Board and on a web-page that
the data was not-accurate would have been ok.
Stephen J Smoogen. -- CSIRT/Linux System Administrator
How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed
in a naughty world. = Shakespeare. "The Merchant of Venice"