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Most of the things, I have raised of late, *used* to
means I can't fix it --- because someone else will go in and undo
the the fix. Why, for example, are spec files being recoded to
included specific version dependencies when they used to not have
It USED to be the case that you didn't need a sterile build
environment to build everything -- that was broken as well..
You don't strictly need it but it is a good thing that distribution
building provides one so easily and requires distribution contributors
(Factory!!!) to use it. For your private matters, you can do what you
I can't undo all the damage that is growing ...
There are too many
people ... it's the software version of the Tragedy of the
I don't see how this relates to factory but it's wrong. They're not
depleting a free resource but actually contributing fixes for free.
package and add your chnages. Submit request it and
get a review by the poeple maintaining it. Or file a bug
--- I have filed bug reports.. they get closed out as "won't
or rejected as broken by design (i.e. old design is no longer
supported, thus the bug report is "invalid".
You're still free to find fixes which don't interfere with mainstream
interests. You're even free to fork openSUSE and maintain your own
branch of it that suits special cases.
But adding more messages of this type to factory list won't help.
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