[aur-general] A TU keeps removing harmless and relevant comments from my package's webpage

Alexander Rødseth rodseth at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 10:26:39 EST 2012


> It's pretty obvious to all but the bleakest of minds that you deleted the
> first round of comments because I defeated all of your arguments and made
> you look silly.

That's laughable.

> It will be interesting to see whether you have the balls to
> admit to deleting this isolated comment as well.  The next step would be
> for you to formulate a semi-plausible reason for doing so in an attempt to
> trick anyone reading this thread.

You're wrong. I didn't delete any comments after deleting all of them once.
I'm also happy with the size of my gonads, thank you, and have no
trouble both telling about about and standing behind my actions, as
others here can testify.

> On 12/18/12, Xavion <xavion.0 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> By the way, thanks for attempting to pick faults with eight of my PKGBUILDs
>> overnight.  Forgive me for thinking that you've got even more spare time on
>> your hands than Alexander does.

Another insult. Maintaining the AUR does involve spending more than
zero time on it.

@Kyle Keen
> Unfortunately it appears the "AUR User Guidelines" page has been
> removed from the wiki.  It contained general suggestions such as not
> including binaries or source files in the tarball.

Is this the quote you are looking for?

  Alexander Rødseth
  xyproto / TU

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