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Re: Re: [opensuse-project] Re: Bugzilla account creation.
On Saturday, August 11, 2012 06:10:20 Rajko wrote:
On Thu, 09 Aug 2012 12:28:26 -0500

Bryen M Yunashko <suserocks@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
But until somehow community feels it has a measure of
control, influence and sense of ownership over its infrastructure,
this topic will always keep cropping up.

That is part of another bigger problem.

We discuss here issue that affect us, but that we can't fix, yet, no
one from SUSE management, that is involved in that part of
infrastructure, posted even "I'm busy right now, but see you in a

What message sends that lack of interest?
IMHO, that me and everyone else discussing this can use time somewhere
else, instead of wasting it here.
I don't understand where this comes from. Did a SUSE manager ignore a request
for info or help via some SUSE channel? Did the openSUSE board (upon your or
anyone elses' request) bring this up with them? 'cuz I haven't seen any
questions for SUSE management...

Or do you expect them to follow the hundreds of mailing lists of upstream
projects where SUSE employees are involved with and respond to discussions
which go on there?

I don't think that is very reasonable to expect. But hey, if you have a
question, ask the board or community manager to bring it to their attention. I
can formally only speak for myself but I think the same goes for the board:
we'd be happy to help.

On a personal note: I have gone through this list of questions before I joined
the company and I agree it's annoying to say the least. If there's a
relatively low-effort way to fix it, that'd be awesome. If it's a lot of work
to fix it I agree with Jim: we need some numbers first. In both cases I
wouldn't know where to start but again, if you like, ask formally and we'll
try to figure it out.
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