Who's moderating this forum?
magnus at agora.rdrop.com
Sun Jul 18 21:31:23 UTC 2010
On Sun, 2010-07-18 at 17:09 -0400, Marcel Rieux wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 10:14 PM, David <dgboles at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/17/2010 9:58 PM, Marcel Rieux wrote:
> > On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 5:12 PM, Darr <darr at core.com
> > <mailto:darr at core.com>> wrote:
> > On Friday, 16 July, 2010 @02:48 zulu, Marcel Rieux
> > > and it will most probably prove my point that while
> Nouveau developers
> > > pretend they work really hard to get new users,
> installing Kmod is a
> > > one way ticket. Unless, of course, you're willing to
> spend a day or
> > > two trying suggestions that have never been tested
> such as the one I
> > > already received: yum remove, and that's it.
> > Since somebody from Nouveau told me here that installing
> Nvidia drivers
> > is not a one way ticket that will prevent users to get back
> to Nouveau
> > and that RPMfusion should provide instructions to remove
> > I'm following the instructions provided by RPMfusion. But,
> since this
> > hasn't much to do with "Who's moderating this forum?", I'll
> repost your
> > answer in "Wo, I'm asking RPMfusion how to uninstall Kmod
> > (Don't ask me what Wo is doing there, I supposed I forgot
> from a title I
> > previously wrote :)
> Knock. Knock. Anyone home?
> You should get a blog for this crap becasue no one here cares.
> I wouldn't say nobody, but next to nobody. To me this is a problem.
> When people, including Fedora administrators, don't give a shit about
> trademark matters or who the bank that underwrote Red Hat really is --
> maybe you noticed I never got a single comment for my link to
> rollingstone.org -- and what kind of enterprise culture this sets,
> there really is a HUGE problem.
> But that's what happens when geeks run a project.
> If you want to filter any of my messages or all post from me, feel
> free. Otherwise, why don't you just buzz off? People complain about my
> posts but the number of posts like yours almost outnumber them. So
> what's the point, except for preventing some people expressing matters
> they believe are important, flooding their posts in heaps of nonsense?
As Hannah Jelkes says at the end of Tennessee Williams' play "The Night
of the Iguana" -- "Oh God, can’t we stop now? Finally? Please let
us. It’s so quiet here now."
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