joss at debian.org
Fri Sep 30 10:29:49 UTC 2011
Le mercredi 28 septembre 2011 à 16:37 -0400, Brian J. Murrell a écrit :
> And so, while we wait for perfection, instead of having functional we
> accept completely broken? And we prefer completely broken to functional
> simply because functional is not "perfect"? Seems to me that completely
> broken is even further from perfect though.
I just explained why libproxy 0.4 is MORE broken than 0.3. Currently we
have something barely functional, upgrading would mean having things go
> Instead of being an idealist and standing in the way of users having a
> functional system, why not be a pragmatist and at least let users (who
> don't give a rat's ass for somebody's particular "ideals" of perfection,
> BTW) have something that works instead of something that breaks?
This “ideal of perfection” only requires someone to stick his fingers
out of his ass and actually do the work. It’s not that big a task since
all the code is already here.
.''`. Josselin Mouette
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