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Re: OT: Pushing back Time



On Fri, 29 May 2009 23:12:39 -0400
David <dgboles comcast net> wrote:

> On 5/29/2009 8:08 PM, Chris wrote:
> > On Fri, 29 May 2009 19:58:37 -0400
> > David <dgboles comcast net> wrote:
> > 
> >> On 5/29/2009 7:45 PM, Chris wrote:
> >>> Greetings,
> >>>
> >>> Every few days to a week I check the project site for the release
> >>> of 11. It cracks me up to see the days just seem to be counting in
> >>> the wrong direction.
> >>>
> >>> For example, a few days ago it said 7 days. Tonight, we're at 11.
> >>> Might I suggest the tag line say something like:
> >>>
> >>> It will be release when it's released.
> >>
> >> If you had any idea of what is happening behind the screens. If you
> >> had any idea of what the developers are doing. Working on. Fixing.
> >> trying to make this a good, no great, release, you would troll your
> >> way out of here.
> >>
> >> Bye troll.
> >>
> > 
> > *shrug*
> > 
> 
> Gee... You mean that you want them to release a 'maybe bad - don't
> work for a lot of users' release' just so you can have the 'latest
> and the greatest'? *WOW!!!*
> 
> Which just might not, maybe, wont work for you and many others?? Or
> would you prefer, what most of us would prefer, that they present a
> release that at least works for most? And has promise to work for
> those that it does not with a tweak or two??
> 
> Crawl back under the bridge Troll. Not a troll? Really  Then shut the
> hell up about schedules that slide for the better of the the masses.
> 
> Here's an idea! You want Fedora 11 *RIGHT NOW*? Download the last RC.
> Install it. And then update it. *PING*! You got it!
> 
> Then? The bridge is that way. >>>

You sure do seem to talk a lot about nothing. I simply commented on the
days slipping by and you go off on a rant that not needed and paints
you in a way that ... well...

*shrug*

-- 
Best regards,

Chris

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