johnny at centos.org
Tue Feb 22 13:36:51 EST 2011
On 02/22/2011 10:56 AM, Thomas Bendler wrote:
> 2011/2/21 Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org>:
>> I've read through most of this thread and its all just random stuff
>> recycled over and over with zero real value add. You seem to have
>> something in your mind as to how a process might work, and are
>> completely unable to comprehend any deviations from there. I am no sure
>> if there is any other way to put this across.
> With other words, what I think that is perfect is really perfect,
> other people are just time consuming idiots without technical
> knowledge. And they don't contribute to the project so they have to
> shut up. Did you ever asked yourself why so less people contribute to
> the CentOS project? Maybe it has something to do with the CentOS
> project and not with the fact that are only idiots out there who can't
> contribute to the project.
> Kind regards, Thomas
> P.S.: I set up a mock/script based infrastructure as a proof of
> concept for a fork in less than four weeks from scratch, so it can't
> be so much rocket science to get C6 up and running if enough people
> sort out the remaining build problems.
Well Thomas ... when you have a thousand server infrastructure to serve
6-8 million unique computers with every update then you would rival the
10-15 people on a mailing list continually whining is one thing ... 8
million machines served is the real thing.
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