[CentOS] Re: Mirror Mirror on the wall, who is the slowest of
them all? CentOS
peter at farrows.org
Sun Mar 19 19:04:57 UTC 2006
Centos works for me, it is indeed a godsend. I know how much effort it
takes to create such a distribution and test it.
I am grateful for all the hard effort it takes.
Lets not keep the Centos team tied up with threads like this that really
do little more that use bandwidth and storage space in the long run for
no real benefit.
Those people who make good use of Centos know had solid it is, nothing
more needs to be said, if anyone disagrees, they should vote with their
feet and go somewhere else, but don't bother flaming people here,
because it neither necessary nor wanted, nor justified.
Anybody who has the audacity to criticise people who do stuff to their
very best for free for the benefit of others really, does need grow up
and have a reality check.
Lets end it here boys and girls, if you don't like Centos then stop
wasting the time of those of us who do, and push off now.
Scott Silva wrote:
> Jim Smith spake the following on 3/18/2006 7:40 AM:
>> --- Craig White <craigwhite at azapple.com> wrote:
>>> is it possible that you don't consider how offensive that comments
>>> this and your insensitive and ill-informed comments last week about
>>> various repos are?
>>> You just earned the ticket to /dev/null on my sieve scripts
>> Are you the same Craig who claims to have no experience at all of kde
>> somewhere on the net and elsewhere you praise the kde-redhat repo?
>> As the the rest of you cowboys, tell me other than WhiteBox who is
>> the slowest to release updates.
>> Don't take this personally, but a cold reality check will enable you
>> to understand the reality of the situation.
>> Don't get me wrong, CentOS is (for the most part) doing a superb job.
>> You can guess what needs to be improved upon.
>> Johnny and the team need reality comments rather than ass-kissing
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> Anyone calling CentOS slow hasn't used Debian! But why sit here and bash
> someone for their unpaid volunteer work! It isn't like they are getting six
> figure salaries to make people happy. If you want fast, go get the source rpms
> and rebuild them, and don't come back here asking for help from these
> overworked and under respected volunteers!
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