Gnome borked after recent Lucid updates
antsmailinglist at gmail.com
Fri Apr 9 20:46:23 UTC 2010
You're absolutely right but it's the elitism that gets my goat. I know I
should leave it but sometimes I just can't.
As for telling people not to update, this is precisely the advice I have
given to people on other sites that have wanted to play with Lucid.
I'm not playing with Lucid to be ahead of the game. I have contributed bug
reports to Launchpad and will continue to do so. I just didn;t know how to
report this to Launchpad as no bug report was generated.
On 9 April 2010 22:22, Johnneylee Rollins <johnneylee.rollins at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 11:29 AM, Ants Pants <antsmailinglist at gmail.com>
> > Well Liam, I actually don;t want my real name on the internet if you
> > mind and I'm sorry if an old nickname has stuck. I'll try to be more
> > in the future .... just to please you.
> > I won't go into what sort of a lecturing person I think you are as I'm
> > too polite.
> > Have a lovely weekend, old man.
> > On 9 April 2010 19:41, Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 6:05 PM, Ants Pants <antsmailinglist at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> > Errrrrrm, thank you, Liam.
> >> >
> >> > I'm totally aware of what this is. I'm not a noob. I happen to be a
> >> > linux
> >> > user of 10 years.
> >> Good for you. I'd been using it for 4 then, and Unix for a decade
> >> before that. Your point is?
> >> And FWIW, posting with such a childish pseudonym makes *me* think
> >> "gods, another n00b". I can't speak for anyone else, but "Ants Pants"
> >> as a username does not make me think "mature, sensible user with a
> >> grievance", it strongly suggests "11Y old who is playing about". Which
> >> is fine, but is what prompted the tone of my reply.
> >> > I've posted a message to stop other people from upgrading until things
> >> > are
> >> > sorted. I'm sorry if I'm trying to help but call me old fashioned.
> >> When one is testing beta code, generally, one grabs every update
> >> going. That's what beta-testing tends to /mean/ in terms of FOSS. Then
> >> when problems happen, you report it and wait for another update to fix
> >> it.
> >> > It's also to bring it to the attention of the developers. My comment
> >> > "what a terible update" meant that what has gone wrong is a pretty
> >> > obvious
> >> > big thing and not that it should be production ready or that I'm
> >> > expecting
> >> > that.
> >> Well, fair enough.
> Liam & Ants: Why so much testosterone?
> I'd be more concerned with actual support instead of whining about
> names and ages. Ageism isn't in line with the guidelines.
> http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines <- these aren't just arbitrarily
> made rules. And they aren't optional.
> Liam: This is a community, one that isn't elitist or discriminatory.
> His name isn't offensive, and doesn't break guidelines.
> Ants :You don't need to respond to criticism with a even more personal
> About the "telling people not to update", Liam is perfectly correct.
> The whole idea of alpha/beta testing isn't to provide users with a
> sneak peek so much as it is to help get a junkton of alpha/beta
> testers to appropriately report breaks and bugs.
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