jerome.guelfucci at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 17:11:16 UTC 2008
Waou Vincent !
Yeah we re doing the same, but we are working for Xubuntu, to make it
good and not to make it an Ubuntu clone... He is modfying seeds...
There were still 4 monthes of the development the changes we made were
for testing the applications on a wide user field. There would of
course have been announcements when things would have been sure. Like
Jani did when he put gnome-screensaver, file-roller... You remeber
this ? This really open development ? The supr all-mighty Jani
speaking to the community....
And remember that if you want gnome, it's stability, you can get an
Ubuntu for the same price as a Xubuntu :) Like I've done on one of my
So please do not compare things that are not comparable. WHen I see a
bug I report it upstream, and work to have it fixed. When Jani sees a
bug, he modifies the seeds to put the gnome equivalent (a bit
caricatural, but not that far from reality).
I thank you for maintaining the Xubuntu site, but it has nothing to do
with the matter. I'll still help users on the forums too. But I'll not
contribute like I've done recently, to see the work I've done with
others destroyed in 1 minute by a super modify of seeds.
On Feb 5, 2008 5:58 PM, Vincent <imnotb at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 05/02/2008, Jérôme Guelfucci <jerome.guelfucci at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I will not contribute to Xubuntu anymore until the development team of
> > Xubuntu is able to do things that Jani do not want. You haven't done
> > anything for Xubuntu Hardy, why are you modifying the seeds ? Remeinds
> > me of the Gutsy development where Lionel took care of packaging, I
> > took care of bug triage, and one month before the release super Jani
> > modifies the seeds, so that he can say he has done something, and that
> > he is the super boss.
> On the other hand, you are doing about the same. Though I may not be a
> direct contributor packaging-wise, I do feel part of the Xubuntu community
> and, as such, feel bypassed with all those change you made without any
> discussion, or even a notification.
> Likewise, I could decide to stop maintaining the website, and could stop
> helping Xubuntu users. I don't feel like taking such drastic measures,
> though, but I *would* like to be involved.
> > Jérôme
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