Robert P. J. Day wrote: > > i'll tell you what, karl. things will go much more smoothly around > here if we have a clearly-defined separation of responsibilities. > now, in *my* case, having been around fedora for years, having used > rpm for quite some time, and having actually *owned* the > aforementioned book in treeware form, it will be *my* job to recommend > that it might not be worth the time or money to get into it given that > it's seven years old and almost certainly out of date, given > everything that's happened with rpm since then. > > similarly, it will be *your* responsibility to do stupid things to > your system, complain when it breaks, then offer to write worthless, > error-filled "tutorials" that will almost certainly inspire readers > who take you seriously to cause untold damage to their computers. > > how about it, karl? are you good with that? does that work for you? > > rday You say it much better then I could. But try not to chase Karl away - his posts are usually good for a laugh. ;-) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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