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[leafnode-list] Re: no archive messages
Martin <virenfang@xxxxxxxx> writes:
> sorry for wasting your time, but there are some remarks I want to have
> On Fri, Oct 06, 2006 at 01:14:37AM +0200, Matthias Andree wrote:
>> Basically, you need to take responsibility for your package then.
> I always thought, whoever releases a package, is obliged to take
> I always thought, in case something's not working, one has to ask for
> help there, where they got things from. In case of debian: Whereever one
> downloaded the package from. Isn't this common practice any more?
That doesn't prevent users from finding their own way of asking for
support - I've more than once told users I wasn't supporting 1.9.19
through this list, Debian was stomped on the "1.9.20 uses automake,
1.9.2X through 1.9.32 changes file permissions on post queue, >1.9.2X
change network acceptance behavior" issues for woody and still they came
> You did not promise anything, as far as I remember. Noone paid you for
> getting a working news system.
Still, reading messages takes time.
> Thank you, Matthias, for doing a good job with a good news system. For
> giving your time to development of a news system helping everyone.
Glad you like it :-)
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