[CentOS-devel] progress?

Fri Feb 18 16:50:16 UTC 2011
js <jsh at interlug.net>

Le 18/02/11 20:32, Ljubomir Ljubojevic a écrit :
> js wrote:
>>> If you don't like it .. don't use it.
>>> Hello,
>>> You don't understand, I think, the meaning of my email:
>>> When someone said "Ok, buy a RH license" to end a discussion and don't
>>> talk about problems
>>> is just not a good approch.
> What problems? CentOS is/will be only 3-4 weeks behind Oracle
> Unbreakable Linux, and 0-2 weeks behind Scientific Linux, in both cases
> with PAID developers. So about WHAT problems are you talking about?
See previous emails please.
>> My mail is not (to be clear) against Centos, but against those who use
>> the "do it yourself" just to shutdown all
>> argument  :)
> We understand it EXTREMELY well. First of all, just to be clear, I have
> not contributed to the CentOS project in any measurable way. I did
> create public repo for CentOS desktop apps and I did create/recompiled
>    40-50 packages for CentOS in last few years, but no one ever contacted
> me about it, and MAYBE 2-3 developers ever browsed it.
> Having that in mind, I claim that if you do not like how this (or any
> other open source project) is managed, it's speed of releases or any
> other aspect, you have 3 options:
> 1. Contribute your time and knowledge to that project.
If it's open
> 2. Create a fork of the project and contribute your time and knowledge
> to that project.
Seems to be on the way
> 3. After negative response to initial question(s) about things becoming
> better use it but do not complain any more.
> You can hold someone responsible for not making your life better only in
> the degree of how much you (or someone else in your name) paid him. If
> he is not paid for it, you have NO MORAL RIGHT to complaint to him
> (after initial complaint).
> Ljubomir
excellent proof of ignorance about the functioning of free software in 

I'm stopping before godwin point :)

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