[aur-general] Moving packages to Community

Andrea Scarpino andrea at archlinux.org
Mon Feb 7 14:23:19 EST 2011

On Monday 07 February 2011 17:12:03 Ángel Velásquez wrote:
> Ok please somebody bring a toy for the kid.
> I've repeated on *this* thread (several times) that a `courtesy note`
> is in the most cases sent when a package is moved to binary form on
> our official repos, and this should be enough, we aren't forced when
> we do this, we really write you the note, we put every word on it, I
> swear I can show you some that I've sent, but you cannot be irritated
> if I DON'T do it, that's my unique point, but no problem, I don't
> think I will adopt a package from a guy who is expecting a picture on
> the aur frontpage like "packager of the year", I swear that if I see
> that the package belongs of some of the whiners, I will do the package
> from the scratch :-).
> Talking about the courtesy, you can't ask for courtesy being harsh, is
> .. paradogic. And I am not making non-arguments, I am talking about
> the exigences of you as users to us (developers and trusted users) and
> the fact that you're getting packages from us, and I don't see notes
> of courtesy ? or did you sent notes of courtesy to one of our devs?,
> now we feel emo 'cause you the users uses our packages and we don't
> receive at least a note of courtesy, this is ridiculous as your
> request.
Angel, you're my president.

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