dnf versus yum
richard.vickeryrv at gmail.com
Thu Jan 2 23:36:11 UTC 2014
On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 3:28 PM, yersinia <yersinia.spiros at gmail.com> wrote:
> >5 PM, poma <pomidorabelisima at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 02.01.2014 20:36, Steve Clark wrote:
> >> Also at least yum stood for something - Yellowdog Updater, Modified -
> as opposed to being some
> >> nonsensical conglomeration of letters. The only thing I am aware of
> that dnf means is "did not finish".
> > Did Not Finish
> > Do Not Forget
> > Does Not Follow
> > Data Not Found
> > Did Not Find
> > Does Not Function
> > Do Not Freeze
> > Do Not Fix
> > Do Not Fax
> > Do Not Forward
> > poma
> I do not think it is nice to speak so bad about a project. The
> objective are clear,if something can be improved everyone can or must
> contribute.The criticisms are useless.We are talking about open source
> software, do not forget.
> Best regards
On the contrary: speaking negatively about a project may be fine so long as
the context is clearly about such project, as it is only the project that
is being harshly criticised. Where a problem often occurs is when such
criticism crosses over into affecting an individual.
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