Stephane Marchesin marchesin at
Wed Apr 8 13:36:13 PDT 2009

On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 18:18, Gene Heskett <gene.heskett at> wrote:
> On Wednesday 08 April 2009, Tuomo Valkonen wrote:
>>On 2009-04-08, Daniel Stone <daniel at> wrote:
>>>> > xmodmap should work fine these days: if it doesn't, file an actual bug
>>>                                                         ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>>> > on, instead of non-specific whining on a
>>>     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>>> > mailing list.
>>>     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>Which is a registration-required suckzilla. No thanks. Projects
>>that require registration for their bug trackers, clearly and
>>loudly state that they're not interested in the reports.
> What he said, +1000
> You want a bug report?  Let us file the bug without half an hour filling out
> forms and such to register for yet another service that may generate even more
> spam. Screw it.

I agree with you. If you're too lazy and do not have enough dedication
to create an account on our bugzilla to file a proper bug report,
you're probably not going to follow-up when we send patches/fixes your
way. So I say yes, please stay out of the bugzilla.

Hey people, I do this *on* *my* *spare* *time*, like many other
developers. We don't owe you any fix, any feature, any non-subscriber
bugzilla, or actually anything at all.
What you're doing is like complaining about a free lunch here just
because you didn't like the sauce !


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