On 06.12.2007 17:09, Richi Plana wrote:
On Thu, 2007-12-06 at 16:10 +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> On 30.11.2007 16:21, Richi Plana wrote:
>> On Fri, 2007-11-30 at 09:20 +0100, Pix wrote:
>>> I understood that z00dax of centos.karan.org
was in RPM repo.
>>> Funny thing is i'm hosting centos.karan.org
just on the same server as
and upcoming rpmfusion repo :)
>>> He's a good m8, if you want i can ask him to join/talk with us ?
>> That'd be great!
> In case anybody wonders: Pix tried that:
> 14:23:26 <@ z00dax> | rpmfusion is a waste of time :D
> 14:23:39 <@ z00dax> | its just an extention of the stupid fedora mindset
> 14:23:52 <@ z00dax> | so, as far as i am concerned, its a waste of time
> This is a free world and forking or having multiple concurrent projects
> doing similar things is IMHO a important thing in the open source world
> and nothing bad.
> So I'd say let's respect z00dax's and other peoples opinions (¹) and
> and continue with RPM Fusion as planed (²). Maybe sooner or later
> a cooperation evolves and a bit later there is another merger.
I agree, but could someone list down what they think is "stupid" of the
Not sure if asking that here will lead to anything.
I've made my choice to stick it out with Fedora, but
after dwelling a while in the fedora-devel mailing list, I have to admit
that I DO have my share of misgivings, some of which, hopefully, will be
mitigated by third-party repos like RPM Fusion. Anyway, the point is, no
one improves who's not willing to admit inadequacies or failings. If
there's any point to z00dax's "stupid" comment, I'd like to hear
FYI, part of the problem is likely EPEL, the Fedora project where Fedora
rebuild Fedora packages for RHEL. We offer them also for users of
derivates like CentOS -- some people afaics dislike that because we
entered their territory without cooperating with (for example) CentOS
extras. In fact that is what we tried, but it failed due to errors on
both sides. Then came the repotag debate in EPEL, which made things even
worse (that's a long story short).