Subject: Re: pppd
To: Perry E. Metzger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Emre <emre@TITANIUM.2Y.NET>
Date: 05/13/2000 15:39:28
On 13-May-00 Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU> writes:
>> And not doing adequate testing before committing changes seems to be
>> making other people unhappy. Perhaps all developers working on IPv6
>> could test their IPv6 changes with*out* "options IPV6", before
>> committing changes, as part of their normal test cycle?
>> that way there would be (almost) nothing for fingers to point at.
I find this a bit unfair. Users should be the ones who should do the testing,
not the developers (it's in the name "developer"). And complaining that
something broke in -current is very wrong! When you installed -current
you should have taken the risk of breakage or certain things not working.
You run -current at your own risk, so quit bitching when little things go wrong.
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