[maemo-users] the hell of Maemo repos

From: sebastian maemo sebastian.maemo at gmail.com
Date: Fri Nov 21 21:10:47 EET 2008
2008/11/21 Dave Neary <dneary at maemo.org>

> First, there is no excuse for this personal attack.

Personal attack?... Excuse me, Dave, but personal attack is what you are
doing to me! So be careful with what you say, please.

I'm just an unsatisfied customer, and Quim is Marketing Manager at Nokia.
Besides he participates in maemo-users list, so that I've all the necessary
rights to "attack" him, not personally but as a Nokia Manager. Sorry for
being so direct but it was your fault not mine...

Apologising after being impolite doesn't make it better.

So I shouldn't accept your apologies...

> maemo.org's webmaster is Niels, not Quim. If you had read that wiki
> page, you would see that this task is owned by Niels.

 I don't care about that. I just bought my Nokia 770 and want to use it
without *unnecessary* headaches...

This looks very much like a misunderstanding to me. Perhaps you need to
> activate devel-extras to get kismet? Or perhaps the repository owner
> misunderstood a query from Niels? Perhaps kismet is available in extras
> and you're doing something wrong? Or perhaps it's in the process of
> being included, and just hasn't cleared all the steps yet?

It looks like you're just guessing. I think that before participating in a
thread you should first inform yourself pretty well and then try to help if
possible... If you don't know what's really happening then stop guessing or
at least stop critizing my post for that reason...

In any case, there are any number of reasonable innocent honest
> explanations I would investigate before jumping to the conspiracy theory
> of Quim (ie Nokia) trying to shut down "unwelcome" applications.

Conspiracy is there. The fact that you don't believe in it doesn't make it
less true...

I don't know which one is true.

So that I don't understand the purpose of your mail, but a personal attack
to an unsatisfied customer...

Perhaps if you'd asked differently, someone
> would have taken pleasure in clearing it up.

Sorry Dave... I think you missed the point... I'm not asking at all... I'm
just complaining (even if you don't like it)...

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