Firefox 2.0 in Dapper?
mfedyk at mikefedyk.com
Sun Mar 18 15:40:57 UTC 2007
> i never had a problem with that.
> i never thought that it was so important to you ...
> anyway, if you don't like this manner of adding programs on your disto,
> don't use it. that's all !
The problem is that you are recommending packages without also
mentioning that support for these packages should not be sought from ubuntu.
> i'm sorry but if you look at the other repositories for debian or ubuntu
> packages, they don't give always assitance or they don't deal with bug
> reports ... for many of us, the main thing is to add a program, if there
> is a bug then you can find a scenario to repeat it in the official
> version and so you report it in launchpad. if it's a bug in the compiled
> unofficial package, you can telle that to the repository manager !
Yes, *you* may know that, but many regular users don't.
> I mean it's not a big deal !
It is a big deal only because of the sheer volume of support requests
repositories like this generate to ubuntu.
I'm trying to find a link to an official ubuntu statement about people
recommending 3rd party repositories and where support requests should be
directed afterward. If anyone can provide this link I'd appreciate it.
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