[aur-general] Automated Package Removal
dlcampbell at gmx.com
Mon Apr 9 17:51:31 EDT 2012
Are you being glib? I achieved what I was aiming for (deleting a package). Given the reponse I got on my observation ('patches welcome'), I don't feel inclined to go through another hoop in yet another department just to be told 'no, do it yourself and we _might_ consider it'. No sense in repeating the popular opinion in another format.
And if most people are happy with the bureaucracy, who am I to change it? It's not my project or my website. I carry no clout or weight among the staff. It would be a waste of time to submit a feature request for something that is clearly against the consensus.
I'd have more luck forking the AUR and hacking it privately, assuming I felt passionately enough about it to spend even more time on the issue.
Tldr: no, it won't achieve anything.
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From: Karol Blazewicz
Sent: 2012-04-09 17:40:55
Subject: Re: [aur-general] Automated Package Removal
On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 10:38 PM, Daniel Campbell <dlcampbell at gmx.com> wrote:
> Most systems already do the paper-trailing for us. They're known as logs.
Yup. Even if regular users don't have access to said log, asking a TU
once in a blue moon to check wtf is/was going on with some package is
Have you opened a feature request on the bugtracker for this?
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