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Re: F11: xorg decision to disable Ctrl-Alt-Backspace

Le dimanche 29 mars 2009 à 21:49 +0530, Rahul Sundaram a écrit :

> Changes are (primarily) being made upstream. Downstream users can
> document and communicate changes which we have.

Sorry, but that is utter bull*. The discussed change was requested by
Ubuntu users. It lived for quite a long time in their distro. Then it
was submitted upstream by Unbuntu people. For better or worse upstream
merged it.

So you had one distribution that listened to its users and pushed a
change they wanted.

At the same time, Fedora upstream devs didn't use their influence to
block the change, didn't try to check what Fedora users wanted, and now
we get the usual "upstream decided, live with it" speach.

And this is not an isolated case. It is consistent with historic Ubuntu
and Fedora behaviour. This is sad. It is not the way to win new Fedora

Nicolas Mailhot

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