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Re: java again really

Am Samstag, den 05.01.2008, 11:53 -0600 schrieb Les Mikesell:
> Peter Boy wrote:
> > [snip]
> But jpackage.org has nothing documented as working on anything newer 
> than FC6.
> > [snip]
> And jpackage.org supplied instructions and rpms for doing this up 
> through FC6.
> > [snip]
> And does not mention F7/F8, although some of the packages might still work.
> > [snip]
> Please supply links to the jpackage instructions for F7 or F8.  If  they 
> exist, I have been unable to find them.  Or if you see java-sun-compat 
> in this list that fedora packagers are taking over, please point it out: 
>   http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/JavaPackagingStatus.
> I'd like to be wrong about this, but it looks like jpackage.org is no 
> longer providing current fedora-compatible packages, or at least not 
> documenting them as such, and unlike some of the other packages that 
> have been incorporated directly into the fedora repository, 
> java-sun-compat is clearly missing.  I'm not running anything newer than 
> FC6 myself (I was waiting for jpackage.org to catch up...) so maybe I've 
> overlooked something.

Les, with honesty and without offending you: If you look over the above
lines, a compressed view of your last post (and try the same with your
previus posts), you might notice that you are continously claiming from
others to work in their leisure time to support your needs or wishes,
and you are doing that in a non-constructive, uninspiring way and not
respecting other's work. Open Source development doesn't work that way.
If you are missing documentation at jpackage.org, offer your help and
your leisure time to improve it.

And from your postings I conclude that you would better switch to a
distribution which is dedicated to run out of the box, e.g. Ubuntu,
CentOS and perhaps SuSE.

I give up

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