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Re: [opensuse-factory] Re: initrd -> initramfs
On Fri, 2020-05-08 at 08:46 +0200, Johannes Meixner wrote:

On 2020-05-08 08:21, Olaf Hering wrote:
Am Mon, 04 May 2020 17:35:36 +0200
schrieb Richard Brown <rbrown@xxxxxxx>:

And I think that is his point - some of us make SUSE, but ALL of
make openSUSE, and the requirements of the openSUSE community on
occation trump the requirements of SUSE.

You missed the point as well. It is about consistency in the base
system. Questioning "compatibility with SLE10" when exactly this
a good system is just wrong.

It is probably nice to replace the desktop background every
For everything else the guys have to be grounded first before
decisions that potentially break consistency across versions.

thank you Olaf to point that out.
You are 100% right.

Accordingly Richard is 100% wrong with his never ending repeating
that openSUSE dictates what SUSE does. This is so much destructive.

The only right way is that openSUSE and SUSE collaborate.

I am not a native English speaker so my word "collaborate"
might not be the one with the exact right meaning of things like
"work together", "cooperate", and "collaborate" but I found
Because of what is explained there I think "collaborate"
is the best word for what I mean. Of course I don't mean that
openSUSE and SUSE are enemies where "collaborate" is also used.
But perhaps the enemies context makes it even more clear that
"collaborate" is the right word because even if openSUSE and SUSE
were enemies they would have to work together, think together,
valuing each other’s perspective and contributions, in order
for creative solutions and innovation to emerge.

But how do you rationalise your perspective above that alternate views
should be respected, at the same time that both you and Olaf are
dismissing the view that change is not a bad thing?

There seems to be a significant amount of cognative dissonence occuring
here, almost as if you are seeking for an opportunity to attack my
views or myself rather than considering there is possible merit to it.

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