On Fr Mai 8 2009, Tim Waugh wrote: > On Fri, 2009-05-08 at 16:45 +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > > For new packages, it's surely better to have a new crap package than > > no package at all. > > When a package claims to do something but is actually no good at it, it > can cause real frustration to those who just want to use the computer > and not develop for it. > > I would much rather the software that goes into a Fedora release be of > release quality, starting from the time the package review is finished, > or not be in it at all. > > Is it just me? If some software has a unique feature that I need to use right now, then it is always more frustating to have to create a rpm by myself than to just install it with yum from Fedora. But in general it is always nicer to already have a package, than to have to create on by myself, especially if I find the software not useful enough after I tried it. Regards Till
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