If we broke every piece of code that was broken we'd have very
little working code.
-- Matthew Garrett
I love you all dearly, but I also love GNOME. I feel that it's
juvenile to beat down on other free software projects' hard
work. It really breaks my heart to see this going on. Don't you
think that there are more constructive and less personal ways to
voice your feedback, concerns, and critiques?
If you would like to participate in
critically-important activities for the fun of it, might I suggest
a more worthy cause: promoting the glorious and miraculous hot dog
that will surely be the 'weiner' of the Fedora 16 naming contest?
-- Máirín Duffy
All I can say, Jesse, is that I am very, very glad that I don't
have to go running off to CPAN just to get Unicode work done in
Perl, as apparently I must in order to get OO work done in Perl.
At least this shows we do recognize where our core competency and
true focus are, and it's not in OO.
-- Tom Christiansen
You can of course say: I don't need 3G, no Audio, D-Bus is evil
anyway, and I don't want to print, and plug'n'play isn't for me
anyway, and I just want my 80's style Unix back. Then, sure, a
separate /usr will work fine for you. But if that's really you then
you probably are not running a shiny new systemd installation, but
rather Slackware 1.0. So why are you reading this anyway?
-- Lennart Poettering
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