listing ports@FreeBSD.org as maintainer
eikemeier at fillmore-labs.com
Wed Jun 23 09:13:27 PDT 2004
Am Mittwoch den, 23. Juni 2004, um 17:56, schrieb Michael Nottebrock:
> On Wednesday 23 June 2004 17:19, Oliver Eikemeier wrote:
>>> I hope you'll all agree with me that having people post inadvertently
>>> a list is undesirable [...]
>> We all agree.
> I don't.
> I disagree with reason 1, wrt reason 2,3: it's common behaviour on
> lists to use Reply-All (i.e., CC the poster) exactly because the lists
> open to outside postings.
I guess we can all agree that posting inadvertently to a list is
I didn't state that I share any of the reasons given, not that I support
of the fixes suggested. Evil people might even suggest that it is a
of the submitter that he is unaware, and not the list, but I didn't say
>> The READMEs are generated by a script, you want want
>> to provide a patch.
> I'd still like those READMEs to be disabled completely. They interfere
> cvsup in a most annoying way and thus generate FAQs (why do I have empty
> directories with a README in it? Why are there ports twice in the tree
> one of them doesn't work?).
They shouldn't be in the ports tree. Is there any other place where I
them, e.g. on the web? NetBSD has theirs on a ftp server:
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