Richard Hally wrote:
> So the only way to make sure PackageKit *is* ready to be the default
> package manager is to test it, file bugs, and get the maintainers to
> *improve* it.
Shouldn't the "maintainers" be testing it themselves as well? The
problems I saw were so obvious they should never gotten out the door.
It is easy to say that but maintainers do miss things. Besides there is
a new version upstream that hasn't been pulled into Fedora. That is
supposed to land tom. Maybe try after that.
I saw complaining about and refusing to report bugs as a reminder to
"maintainers" that not responding to bugs promptly will reduce the
number of bug reporters and thus reduce the feedback they need,
especially if they do not test their own work themselves as is apparent
Many maintainers are busy and prioritizing things. The large majority of
them are volunteers. Your strategy isn't going to help although I can