[rock-devel] Linux World Expo 2004,
T2 (and ROCK Linux) presentation pictures
tsa at jaenicke.org
Sun Oct 31 18:15:13 CET 2004
On Sun, Oct 31, 2004 at 09:40:23AM +0100, René Rebe wrote:
> Sebastian Jaenicke wrote:
> >Please list my name somewhere else ("based on work by"?) and reassign
> >all affected packages to one of your "write access" developers.
> Interesting what kind of mail I get in my inbox, all requesting stuff
> that is not enforced by your license (since when does th GPL enforce to
> remove credits ;-) and also not done different in ROCK Linux itself ...
> (in this particular example: how many package do I "maintain" in ROCK, ;-)
Just to make myself clear - this isn't to displease you or anyone in the
T2 project; the problem is that being listed as a maintainer for a T2
package just doesn't reflect reality and results in bug reports being
sent to me instead of the T2 list, where it would have been helpful
to the T2 folks (in this case, a bug report about the download location
for "snmpsession" - you might want to fix this).
Please, read what I write instead of interpreting it; there is absolutely
no hidden meaning hiding between the lines.
I'm not keen on enforcing any kind of "official license" stuff, nor is
it my intention to sabotage your T2 project. This is nothing but a pointer
which might help YOU improve YOUR project.
If you have any further questions regarding this issue, please lets
keep this off the lists (both T2 and rock-devel).
> I will now run sed on all the files to substitute the maintainers,
Thanks a lot.
> likewise you could do the same on the ROCK source, as well as removing
> this "rene" repository thing ...
Clifford, could you please mark all those packages as "currently unowned"
until someone volunteers to take them over?
Sebastian Jaenicke Disce aut discede!
whois pgpkey-C81115B1 -h whois.ripe.net|perl -ne's-^certif: *--&&print'
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