[arch-general] Kernel Module Package Guidelines
gradgrind at online.de
Wed Dec 5 03:26:21 EST 2007
Aaron Griffin wrote:
> On Dec 4, 2007 12:41 AM, Michael Towers <gradgrind at online.de> wrote:
>> but your responses here suggest that there wouldn't be
>> much point ...
> That's not entirely true. My responses here are based more on the fact
> that what you see as a problem, I see as something you _should_ solve
> for yourself. I know it makes me difficult and all, but I see this
> sort of stuff a lot - one user wants a change so _we_ must change for
> them. Yada yada, it's tedious. In this case, I feel like you have a
> problem with one package, and see the guidelines at fault, but you
> could simply rebuild the package to fit your own personal guidelines.
I don't see the module itself as a problem - I solved that in about 10
minutes. I only posted here because the guideline surprised me and I had
a suggestion to bring it more in line with general Arch policy (as I
understood it). I will also not complain if my suggestion gets rejected
- I fully appreciate your sentiments.
>> (And where would the correct place for that be anyway? It's not a
>> package, so maybe not Flyspray? The discussion page? Does anyone read
>> that? ...)
> Flyspray says nothing about packages in the default category. It is
> named "Arch Linux" because it is general to the distro. That Project
> has sub-categories which include "Packages: Extra", "System",
> "Installation" and more
Thanks! I've posted my suggestion (http://bugs.archlinux.org/task/8840)
and now I can shut up.
> > How should one request that a bug be reopened?
Click "Request Re-open" button.
Duuuuh, thanks, Roman - I'm normally not that blind!
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