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    Re: All your kdebase3 belong to every dist but us. (Score: 1)
    by che on Sunday, May 12 @ 21:41:34 BST
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    Nope. The ” “community” of no-life amateurs that can barely maintain the most out of date distro in existance” won’t miss you.

    It’s however strange dat you find the time to keep trolling on a website of the “”community” of no-life amateurs that can barely maintain the most out of date distro in existance” and demanding this of that. I guess you can not miss *us*?

    Get a life, switch to an other distro, to an other OS, to whatever you like, but stop trolling. You’ll feel beter.

    Don’t like it? Contribute by developing, testing, submitting bugs, using or whatever. If you have a serious question, ask it politely to the people that invest their time in the project. I’ve done so in the past and have gotten very polite anwers from the people that get flamed here by “anonymous cowards”, Daniel and Branden. They actualy found the time to answer my questions however they may have sounded stupid to them. You should realize how many hours they put in packaging, improving and follwing up bugs of the software we use on a daily basis.

    I guess you don’t understand the complexity of the packages they work on and the lot of crap they need to deal with from clueless users that act like they own them and this on a daily basis. If you need this or that so badly, damn, just compile it and use your version till the deb is ready. It isn’t that difficult.


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