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[Fwd: Re: RPM Article]



I received a very quick response from the original author and he is
quite correct at date of when the article was published.  The
unfortunate thing is that he has not pointed that out in any future
articles.

I find that wierd that authors whether good or bad do not seem to point
out that it is not valid anymore and prefer to keep the bad in place for
an astronomicle (typo) amount of time.

Regards,

Marc

P.S.  I attached his response for all I didn't request annonymity hence
I've attached.  

P.P.S. I didn't include any reference to fedora-marketing if anyone was
curious due to the fact that I don't feel my opinion represents the
group and the fact that what I say is not what everyone says.
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On Friday 19 August 2005 12:31, you wrote:
> While I appreciate the complaints relating to RPM a lot of the points
> you point out are valid however.  Relating to the upgrading I believe
> that major in-roads have been made in relation to Fedora.

That article was written over 3 years ago, so I don't think it is still 
valid in this age of yum, apt-get, urpmi....

Thank you for your feedback :-)

Ladislav

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