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On Jan 15, 2008 12:51 PM, Wulf C. Krueger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > And a Invitee to all devs to join the discussion in -core but I hope
> > this was done long ago.
> Rest assured that the discussion has been lively there.
Thant is a very good thing to hear.
> I don't get all the fuss about this, though. So the Foundation is in
> trouble, so what? It's basically holding the Gentoo trademark in the
> USA (in Europe, it does *not*, another legal entity does here) and it
> is the copyright holder of the ebuilds.
Maybe it is all about the "so what?" mentality of the core that led to
this mess in the first place?
I can understand that this angers the community and drobbins, as it
angers me too.
I am not the person to jump blindly on drobbins ultimatum bandwagon
with a lot of angry users on it.
But I think that some drastic actions must be taken, maybe exactly
because the bandwagon with the angry mob on it.
> The ebuilds keep coming, we're basically doing "business" as usual and
> that should be enough, I'd say.
Sure, all is fine in the land of Gentoo - problems are for people that
have nothing better to do :(
Regards, Dominik Riva
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