On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 3:45 PM, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Thu, 4 Mar 2010, Thomas Janssen wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 3:30 PM, Juha Tuomala <Juha.Tuomala(a)iki.fi> wrote:
> > On Thu, 4 Mar 2010, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> >> current stable release nor support an official backports repo, an
> >> one will no doubt spring up, or an existing unofficial repo will pick up
> >> that role (for KDE, kde-redhat stable would probably be revived, currently
> >> it's mostly empty for Fedora as the kind of stuff which would be in
> >> usually just pushed as official Fedora updates).
> > Go ahead, make that to your kde-hardcore-followers-repo. In my
> > understanding, that's what it has been for past years already
> > anyway.
> There's no need to continued attack the KDE SIG. You're not a first
> time linuxer. If you're that scared as you said in your OP, then you
> should use yum to exclude that stuff. If you dont know how: man yum ;
> man yum.conf
> But of course, you couldn't then bash others.
Alternatively, the KDE SIG could stop ignoring the problems that were
caused this week by the updates they released. Even an "I'm sorry I broke
your desktop" would go a long way. The update the busted my desktop
happened on a pretty vanilla install, I suspect lots of users experienced
You're absolutely right here. And it gets discussed heavily.
I just get slowly sick of all that bashing around. Doesn't matter
which way. The KDE SIG needs a bit time to discuss and decide what
exactly will be done (for sure the right thing to prevent that kind of
breakage). Though systematic annoying pestering will not help at all.
I think the point is already very clear and work (thoughts,
discussion) on it is in progress.
Maybe i should send a mail and ask if it's possible to stop attacking
others. I start to get agressive myself, and i dont like that.
Dubium sapientiae initium