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Re: gnaughty is a hot babe

On Sat, 30 May 2009, Muayyad AlSadi wrote:

> does the upstream web site for evolution carries a note that it's not
> suitable for certain group of users ?
> does the maintainers or reviewers see that it should ?

Read the lwn.net article about hot babe. The easily offended editor 
mentioned that the --color functionality of ls offends him and he wants it 

If a reviewer feels the same your page will be swamped with "bogus" 
reports of offending tools.

Or if another fedora user disagrees with a tool being flagged as 
"inappropriate", he might even remove the tool from the list.

> am I the only one who knows that "if p then q" will evaluate to T when p=F

As you neither did define the relation of T or F to either p or q your 
"proof" is just a logical fallacy.
I fear the same is true for your inappropriateness-rating. It's full of 

> some one asked me to pay the rating fees for every package!
> other started to give me examples about different people having
> different opinions
> I consider all this is off-topic.

I think your missing the point. People pointing out problems with your 
approach are not off-topic. They are very much on-topic. Declaring their 
objections as off-topic doesn't make the underlying problem go away.

> yes, English is not my first language, and law is not one of my
> interests, and for sure there exists a better phrasing of the page
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackagingDrafts/InappropriateContents
> but nobody have shown me a serious problem in that page

Read the discussion, read the comment placed directly on the page.

I think the best way of solving your issue is to gather other people 
interested in your specific spin and generate a list of acceptable 
Don't base it on any opinion a random fedora user might or might not have.
Have the list on a page you directly control. This is especially 
important as any programm you might not flag correctly will reflect badly 
on your spin.

The wiki on fedoraproject.org is most likely not the right place for such 
a list.

You know the saying: Right tool for the right job.


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