On 23.01.2014 22:45, Adam Williamson wrote:
On Thu, 2014-01-23 at 19:03 +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> wikipedia page. Further: kororaproject.org
, fedorautils-installer and
> similar project show that there are people that want to make Fedora
> better. But they do their work outside of Fedora and RPM Fusion;
> fixing the issues directly at the root would be better for all of us.
Those particular examples are very bad examples because they are doing
things Fedora explicitly chooses not to do, [...]
See my reply in
as that hopefully better explains what I had up in my mind.
And the lead Korora dev is an active Fedora contributor.
I know, but for me Korora, fedorautils-installer, and similar things are
a sign that some problems in Fedora and RPM Fusion get circumvented in
to many layers instead of being solved at their root. It reminds me of a
kernel enhancement that is maintained outside of the Linux kernel: they
often solve real problems and some users love them, but it's better for
everyone to get a proper solution upstream, as that's the way to reach
the masses and make things "simply work".