On Fri, Mar 01, 2013 at 11:20:24AM +0100, Michael Schwendt wrote:
I must admit that I've forgotten what review procedure had been used
in 2005. Only have found this odd thread:
RFE: dietlibc review
Who remembers the details?
I remember a long thread
where Enrico showed numbers, understanding of the security issues, while
counter arguments were integration and homogeneity. (And there was an
uninteresting discussion on whether upstream is pro or against using
I have left Fedora a long time ago, but I am quite sure that the Fedora
way today is not following Enrico singular choices, even if they are
backed by evidences, but going with homogeneity and ease to maintain,
such as to lower the bar for maintainship as much as possible, and avoid
relying on maintainer skill and knowledge of the packages.
So, I am quite convinced that rereviewing Enrico packages is certainly
the way to go to be sure that they are standard rather than innovative.