On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 19:24, Leam Hall <leam(a)reuel.net> wrote:
On 09/01/2010 08:07 PM, Matthew Miller wrote:
>>> Your idea may have merit, but it's really not a match for Fedora Server.
>> If there's consensus on the latter, that's fine. I have not heard that
>> though, nor have I really heard anything that convinces me /opt and
>> separate filesystems are not the way to go. If you can convince me,
>> great! It means you've been able to help me learn more.
> If you want to discuss this particular idea further, please mail me
> off-list. Thanks.
Um, why take an open conversation off-line? So far I've heard two folks
who feel differently than I. If it's just the three of us then you have
a majority. If there's a few more then the silence has the numbers. If
we can't figure out why or why not as a group, then there's a bigger
why, isn't there?
For all the reasons he has listed. Your discussion is not really meant
for this list.. you are looking at inventing something completely
different from what Fedora offers. Take it off list and if something
comes from that. This is really my only say on this.
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