[CentOS-devel] iptables-devel in centos 4.4

Roger Peña Escobio orkcu at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 23 12:47:16 UTC 2006

Hi Milan

well, I see your name since the day when whitebox was
an starting project but I certainly remember you from
the messages you wrote when John had problems tring to
keep whitebox updated (and creating others WB arch)
I am sure your intentions are the best, always to help
peoples, to help a project to become a better project

I guess you want the same for the CentOS project but
it is the way you chose to express your intentions,
your help. 
you always make the others get angry with you!!!
and then, all the good that your messages could be
had, its gone.
I am nobody, it looks that you had done a lot more
things than me, so you have more credicts in the
comunity that the ones that I could have, but all of
this will not matter if you keep writing-talking the
way you are doing

take the advice please, all of us will win

--- Milan Ker¹láger <milan.kerslager at pslib.cz> wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 23, 2006 at 07:35:21AM -0400, Matt
> Hyclak wrote:
> > > Building broken kernel is WRONG. The kernel
> crashes and you know about
> > > it but do not build the kernel correctly. The
> kernel does not follow 'as
> > > close as possible' RHEL. This is wroong too as
> you may read in this
> > > thread.
> > >
> > 
> > And how can you prove that building the kernel
> with a BETA toolchain will
> > not result in a broken kernel as well? Maybe it
> fixes your problem - if
> > that's the case, feel free to get the BETA
> toolchain and rebuild for
> > yourself. Johnny has stated that he will continue
> to use the STABLE,
> > RELEASED toolchain. End of discussion.
> Johny know better tahan people from kernel team from
> RH what compiler is
> better to use to build kernel. Probably. He is the
> God. Probably.
> But still building broken kernel and do not follow
> your own rules - as
> you wrote here - to be as close as possible to RHN.
> So why do you have a rules? To use the against
> other. Probably.
> > > So what are you doing guys? Rules that you are
> do not follow but talking
> > > about following the rules? This is very very
> sad.
> > 
> > What rule are you referring to? The goal is to
> make CentOS as *close* to
> > binary compatible as possible, but there is also
> the goal to make CentOS
> > self-hosting - something that RedHat thus far has
> not done. 
> > 
> > > If you know where the source is and you are
> unable to grab them, write
> > > to me - simple script is able to put them to any
> FTP site. I'm using
> > > CentOS and RHN too to give back to Red Hat at
> least a little.
> > 
> > As do many CentOS developers and users. Would you
> like a cookie?
> > 
> > Please end this discussion, it will fall on deaf
> ears until RedHat releases
> > their toolchain as stable.
> The tool is stable to build kernel. See their
> kernel.
> -- 
>                         Milan Kerslager
>                         E-mail:
> milan.kerslager at pslib.cz
>                         WWW:   
> http://www.pslib.cz/ke/
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