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RE: Have reached a point where I feel p***ed



FYI - I think we have all gotten the gist of the problem and any further discussion is probably not going to have any positive benefits.  

To Michael - 1) Remember that while Fedora is "sponsored" by RedHat, it is a community project, so you're never *guaranteed* a fix.  2) You're lucky that the Fedora developers are such polite people.  I'm a member of other lists where your attitude might have had you removed from the mailing list already.  ;-) Oh - and also on that project I've had to do much more than just file a bug report to get things fixed.  I've actually written and submitted (albeit small) patches.

-b


----- Original Message -----
From: fedora-test-list-bounces redhat com on behalf of Michael Schwendt 
Sent: Thu, 10/5/2006 4:37pm
To: fedora-test-list redhat com
Subject: Re: Have reached a point where I feel p***ed

On Thu, 05 Oct 2006 16:25:12 -0400, Adam Jackson wrote:

> My Matrox cards work fine, so it's sort of hard for me to reproduce the 
> bug, or characterize it sufficiently to provide test drivers.  And yeah, 
> normally I don't see bugs in NEEDINFO because I'm the one who put them 
> there and when the user clicks the magic check box they pop back out.

Cheap talk. Bug 203570 is in status NEW. You've simply not shown any
interest in it since 2006-08-22:  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/203570
 
> It wouldn't really be acceptable to simply downgrade the driver, since 
> that would lose support for new hardware.

Tell that FC5 users, who run into a broken X after an upgrade to FC6.

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