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Re: [News] One Linux Packaging Method to Rule Them (Distros) All

____/ Mark Kent on Tuesday 04 September 2007 11:35 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>> ____/ [H]omer on Saturday 25 August 2007 00:16 : \____
>>> Verily I say unto thee, that Krzysztof Lubanski spake thusly:
>>>> On Fri, 24 Aug 2007 20:35:17 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>>> ____/ ml2mst on Friday 24 August 2007 15:31 : \____
>>>>>> Excuse me, but *Krzysztof Lubanski* looks *very fishy* IMHO, don't you
>>>>>> thinks so?
>>>> Hey, what do you mean? That I could be some anti-Linux saboteur freshly
>>>> dispatched to COLA?
>>>> To clear things up: Krzysztof is a Polish form of Christopher and
>>>> Lubanski (with "n accute" actually, not the regular Latin "n") is not a
>>>> very rare last name here in Poland.
>>>>> I think I saw it before.
>>>> I'm new here, true. Never thought my name can raise suspicion, though.
>>> We have a couple of regular Trolls who nym-shift, occasionally using
>>> Eastern Block names, so some of us are just a bit jumpy, that's all.
>>> You seem like a perfectly reasonable guy to me.
>> Yes, same here. And I saw him posting good stuff before. The name rang a
>> bell.
>> The harm of feeding trolls is well demonstrated here. Even nice people face
>> prejudice because their name is not a familiar one.
> This is what happens when you get abusive people, it results in a
> reduction of trust for everyone.

An observation that I made in some forums yesterday is that Microsoft's abuse
of the ISO has also led to people losing their trust in their authorities. The
damage they have done in many European countries is unrepairable.

                ~~ Best of wishes

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