On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 02:49:09PM -0600, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
Well, sure, thats the case in any open source project.
You as a user of that project are welcome to try and convince the
people doing work to change things to what you desire. If you fail to
do this, then it will not get done. After a decision has been made to
you suppose more and more queries to change the decision will go well?
Well, though I feel like a troll for being the one to raise this--and it's
also causing heated discussion on the CentOS list, that's the point.
Maybe, if they realize how many people it annoys, they'll drop it.
Anyway, while an 8 character lowercase letter number combo was considered
too weak, sizematters was considered sufficient.
I think, that like many other decisions disliked by the more experienced,
they're going to wind up doing it, and once again, a few people will, when
it goes into RHEL, be annoyed enough to leave, but not enough to really
affect their business--who wants to change the O/S on 100, or even 5,
I think that closing the two bug reports immediately was somewhat
> Again, the issue was never "how fast are we getting a policy?".
> The issue was always "what policy are we getting?".
Or perhaps, why are we suddenly instituting this policy?
I believe that I used the analogy last time they tried, of the TSA.
It gives some appearance of security, does almost no good, and serves to
annoy the vast majority.
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