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Re: Who do I send to get a package removed because of bad language.

Wow this has really hit sore point, It just goes to show that there pro
and cons on both sides. 

Like or not people want the ability to filter content that that deem

Thats why I asked about it in the first place the concern was simple, I
have young children and I installed a screamingly innocent package. That
had foul language. Some of may not be too concerned but it does put
Fedora's rep in question.

A user/parent/employer should be able to restrict what content is
allowed or not allowed. 

And what is the best way to accomplish this. 

Well any ideas, for me Package Kit would be the way to go. Then users
could add the packages or groups to the exclude list. Maybe an extra
password (optional) for parents / supervisors.

Or like was mentioned  a way to create a YUM exclude list. 

Stop this bickering lets try and solve an issue.


On Mon, 2009-10-19 at 11:47 +1000, Eric Springer wrote: 
> On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 10:39 AM, Ismael Olea <ismael olea org> wrote:
> > My 0.02€
> More like your troll-cents. Despite the absurdity (of this whole
> thing, in fact) I've added a category and included it. And people can
> make up their own minds.

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