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Re: Disappointed: My feature was removed without notifying me

Am Mittwoch, den 08.10.2008, 17:08 -0400 schrieb Josh Boyer:
> On Wed, Oct 08, 2008 at 10:56:12PM +0200, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> >Am Mittwoch, den 08.10.2008, 16:47 -0400 schrieb Josh Boyer:
> >> The decision was made under the _fact_ that the Feature lacked packages
> >> that had not passed review.  If they aren't all there, it can't be tested
> >> by Beta.  It's really that simple.
> >
> >As I wrote in a previous mail: I don't challenge that, but for me it not
> >"really that simple" but "really that disappointing". I've put a lot of
> >work into the feature and when I see that people hardly seem to read the
> >feature page or don't care about informing the feature owner is just
> >disappointing.
> I'm in FESCo.  I read the Feature page.  

Just curious: Why didn't you speak up then when somebody made an false

> It was/is quite detailed.  It
> still, unfortunately, doesn't meet the criteria of being a Feature.

You mean in general or for Fedora 10?

> Now, that doesn't mean your work is wasted.  It doesn't mean that,
> assuming you get the missing packages into Fedora in time, LXDE won't
> be installable.  It _will_ be.  All you are missing is the publicity
> aspect of a Feature at that point.

I don't care about publicity, I don't want people to pat me on my back
or to hug me. I want these packages in Fedora, because I want to satisfy
the LXDE users. That's all.
> Is that disappointing?  Yeah, perhaps.  But if you care enough (and
> you seem to), then self-promoting LXDE is always a valid option.

OK then, let's focus our efforts on the packages then (and forget about
my first question, although I'd really like to know from somebody who
attended the meeting)
> josh


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