[aur-general] TU Removal - Bob Finch
allan at archlinux.org
Fri Dec 19 07:32:23 EST 2008
> FACT : Daenyth wrote this to Allan in reference to Allan's question
> about what was going on:
> "He said before that he was planning to resign,...." (He equals me.)
FACT: Planning does not equate to doing.
FACT: Attempting to remove all traces of your packages just because you
wrote them is not acceptable
FACT: I felt you needed restricted in your ability to remove packages
from the AUR asap.
FACT: The way to achieve this was to call for your removal as a TU.
> FACT : Across several emails I kept asking this:
> "Your calling for my removal while you knew I am preparing my
> resignation remains in poor taste."
FACT: That is not a question. Probably why you got no response.
> FACT :
> ".... only Trusted Users can delete packages from the AUR ."
> I was a TU when I asked Daenyth to remove my community repo packages.
> This was NOT violation of rules by his own admission. Yet he sought to
> remove me and lied in the process. He lied to you.
FACT: This was never about removal of packages from [community]. It
was about them either not being put in the AUR afterwards or removing
them from the AUR.
> If any of you have any respect for honesty and fair play, you will
> allow me to follow Aaron G.'s wishes for relocating the packages I
> have contributed to a separate repo.
LIKELY FACT: Aaron did not ask you to remove them from the AUR or
exclude them from being put there after removal from [community]. So I
would be careful about statements you imply others made.
FACT: Having packages in the AUR in no way hinders you having them in
your own repo.
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