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> No, not really. Just that I'd expect kinda more proactive approach than
> the one demonstrated fex. in
> http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=128588#c29 (and a bit more
> flexible approach to other alternatives, such as HW/hosting offers we've
> received before) and that have been declined for various strange reasons.
Linking to a bug where you make crazed comments about how bugs isn't
fixed!!!!1111oneone and that dammit someone should do something
now!!!1111 doesn't really help your case.
I bet if I was infra I'd be wondering what my options were since:
bugs is a pretty critical part of developing; AND
you can't just host it anywhere; AND
the hardware needed for it to perform is expensive; AND
they did not know what the problem was at first
As in, you don't just grab the first dual proc system that was offered
out of some guys basement to host bugs on. You need a dedicated host
who will stick around and provide good support should something go
wrong. You need expensive hardware ( I believe we got a blade server
with 3 blades in it, which is fscking expensive if you haven't priced
one out before ). So once again, chill out. They are working on it.
And yes bugs is slow and yes it sucks, but bitching about it doesn't
accomplish anything :x
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