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Questioning corporate involvement in GNOME development

Questioning corporate involvement in GNOME development

Posted Jun 15, 2014 3:57 UTC (Sun) by N0NB (guest, #3407)
In reply to: Questioning corporate involvement in GNOME development by drag
Parent article: Questioning corporate involvement in GNOME development

Seems that this is an upstream problem, not a distribution problem. If an upstream package isn't capable of providing a good user experience out of the box, then I find it difficult to fault any given distribution that does not go out of its way to do the work that upstream should have already done. However, it is a distribution's problem if their package is demonstrably worse than building from upstream's source release.

Do the Debian packagers make GNOME demonstrably worse, or are they not hiding the warts?


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