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Re: [trinity-users] Sources list entry for Salvek's repository for LM17 was: Re: [trinity-users] gcc and Trinity dependencies

From: Felmon Davis <davisf@...>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2014 18:41:41 -0500 (EST)
On Wed, 19 Nov 2014, Lisi Reisz wrote:

> On Wednesday 19 November 2014 21:28:32 Michael . wrote:
>> When you use something, and by your own admission you use Mint/MATE, and
>> you find a problem with it it really does help others if you tell the
>> people who are developing it.
>
> No, I do not use Mint/MATE.  I have tried and failed.  I can't render it
> properly visible.  How on earth am I supposed to type out and send a bug
> report?  I have told you what my initial and main problem was, and suggested
> that you should report it.  Have you done so?
>
>> Your reply certainly indicates you never did
>> this so to be fair your complaint isn't really helpful. Do you report
>> problems you find with TDE?
>
> I try to.  When Timothy asked me to report a bug I immediately did so.

I won't say another word on this thread which has gone past its useful 
life except that pointing out problems in software can be 
_exceedingly_ useful to present or interested _users_ of the software.

consider it a kind of 'review'. people with serious problems with 
sight now know to approach Mint with caution.

and all evaluation involves expressing emotions. the manner of 
expression is what matters.

anyway, have a good time whatever your time-zone.

F.

  >
>> If you find something I bet you would because
>> you have an emotional attachment to TDE but you don't have an emotional
>> attachment to anything else and because of this it appears as though it is
>> fine for you to bag them.
>
> This is becoming ad hominem and very unpleasant.  Also totally unmerited.  I
> have tried to give you reasons, entirely rational ones, both for my dislike
> of MATE and for my liking for TDE.
>
>> I find that extremely unfair and unreasonable especially when you wont take
>> the time to help projects you do use.
>
> What help do you think that I do not give to projects I do use that I ought to
> give them?  I do try quite hard to contribute within the limits of my
> ability.
>
> Lisi
>

-- 
Felmon Davis

Generosity and perfection are your everlasting goals.