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Re: [rant] Re: vmware and udev

On Tue, November 23, 2004 5:29 pm, Phil Schaffner said:

> However, a system that works with non-open-source software is a highly
> desirable goal, not incompatible with the above.  In fact, as far as
> Fedora is Red Hat's testing ground for technologies to end up in
> Enterprise, it would seem to be a requirement.
> From the number of VMware-related messages on various Fedora lists, a
> substantial subset of Fedora people seem to be interested in it as a
> useful tool or as a test environment.  I'd count myself as one of those.

Hi Phil,

There are only so many hours in a day for the primary developers of Fedora
Core.   If there are many people who are concerned about VMware issues
then there is an opportunity to get together and address them.   The point
is that the constant demands and rants that a solution fall from above
aren't as fruitful as banding together and adding value.   If the people
truly concerned with the issue can't provide workable solutions, how are
the few developers at RedHat supposed to do better?  Already issues are
outlined in release notes etc.


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