On 11/20/06, Rex Dieter <rdieter(a)math.unl.edu> wrote:
Christopher Stone wrote:
> On 10/18/06, Tom 'spot' Callaway <tcallawa(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> I even think it would be more productive to highlight the FC or
>> FE packages that atrpms is providing overrides for, and start a
>> discussion around why these packages exist, and if there exists the
>> possibility to merge the changes into the FC or FE package and retire
>> the atrpms packages. I'm sure that Axel would welcome that discussion,
>> as less packages means less work for him. :)
> I have filed over one-hundred bugs a month ago, and while some Fedora
> users made an effort to try and reduce the conflicts, Axel has not
> made a single response to a single bug report.
spot's suggestion was to start a (constructive) dialog regarding this issue.
IMO, mass-filing formletter-type bugs is certainly no way to go about that,
and I'm not a bit surprised by Axel's (non)response.
Using bugzilla for discussion is not the way to go?
Wow. This is mind boggling. Just how do you expect me to start a
discussion? Is there a ATrpms mailing list or something? Even if
there was a mailing list, why would bugzilla be less appropriate? I
am totally dumbfounded...