Am 27/08/10 02:15, schrieb Stephan Kleine:
On Friday August 27 2010 02:07:50 pistazienfresser
(see profile) wrote:
Dear board, dear openSUSEs,
same play, different stones:
the website of the openSUSE Build Service
leads to an empty page/a page with no content.
That is prolly yet another example of a page that didn't yet get transfered to
the new wiki (or I am too dumb to find it with the new search).
I may be not very polite but sometimes more honest and I really doubt
that *you* (Stephan) are dumb.
There is a page with a list on
(last edit of the content of the list on 4 March 2010).
The remark on this page leads to:
On this URL had been a redirect to
This redirect has been deleted on 17 August 2010.
However, the rules didn't change, you can see the
old version at
Is it nowadays just allowed to build a package
for every kind of
software? How long has this status of law and contract been lasting till
No, this is merely a wiki thingy, the same rules still apply.
The joke lies in the logic of rules and rules of rules:
If the user/builder did not get informed of the rules (or at least get
the real possibility/probability to inform himself) there are just no
binding rules on the level of contracts.
The play of moving and deleting sees to have been being played for just
a while but the thrill may come with the consequences (hopefully not).
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