Re: Bug#896806: systemd-resolved violates The Debian Free Software Guidelines
- Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 15:00:07 +0300
- From: Abdullah Ramazanoglu <ar018@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Bug#896806: systemd-resolved violates The Debian Free Software Guidelines
On Mon, 30 Apr 2018 06:43:03 +0200 tomas@xxxxxxxxxx said:
> On Sun, Apr 29, 2018 at 11:20:00PM +0300, Abdullah Ramazanoglu wrote:
> > On Sun, 29 Apr 2018 12:52:54 -0700 Don Armstrong said:
> > > If there is a concern here, it's a privacy concern. Google's public
> > > statements regarding maintaining privacy and the need for working DNS to
> > > do most things on the internet should counterbalance this privacy
> > > concern for most users.
> > So according to MicroSoft's public statements, MS products are open,
> > standard, secure, privacy respecting, and whatnot.
> It seems this issue is fixed upstream. Would you like to check that?
> Tone down. Apply Hanlon's razor generously. It's good this has been
> noticed and pointed out -- but making a flamefest of it is, in the
> end, counter-productive. Systemd is free software after all, even
> if some of us don't like it
Sometimes the way an issue is approached to is more important than the issue
* Curtly rejecting such a bug report was the first unacceptable attitude.
* Then apologizing the whole thing by false excuses was even more unacceptable
than the first one.
This is not about systemd or some bug or something. This is about attitude.