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Re: Promoting i386 version over x86_64?



On 12/09/2009 05:51 PM, Seth Vidal wrote:


On Wed, 9 Dec 2009, Ralf Corsepius wrote:

On 12/09/2009 04:14 PM, James Antill wrote:
On Wed, 2009-12-09 at 15:26 +0100, Ralf Corsepius wrote:

So, yeh, if _you_ want to support slower machines
Well, I do not want to, I can't avoid to ...

... _you_ will have
to do the work, you might get help from the community but just ranting
on f-d-l "Everyone should solve my problems" is unlikely to actually
help. IMO.

There is an easier solution: Stop using/promoting/advertising Fedora
and switch to a different distro ...


okay, for you, that sounds like it may be the best option. You are
obviously unhappy with fedora.
Did I say this? I am unhappy with Fedora's management's decisions.

Technically, Fedora is quite usable (most of the time), on more or modern machines.

We've appreciated your constructive
contributions but if you are no longer interested in working on/with
fedora, then we wish you well in your endeavors.
If I wasn't interested in Fedora, I wouldn't complain. It's just that Fedora increasingly diverges from my needs and increasingly is not applicable for my purposes.

Less abstract: This development forces me to not recommend Fedora (or RHEL) to customers.

It would be most polite to officially orphan your packages before you go.
Thanks you for sheding more insights in how you intend to take community interests into account.



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