Houston, we have a problem.

Marc Mutz Marc.Mutz at uni-bielefeld.de
Fri Sep 6 00:50:24 BST 2002

On Friday 06 September 2002 01:08, Christian Parpart wrote:
> > > > Proposal: Use a more reliable keyserver.
> > >
> > > Do you really think that telling this to a user is an acceptable
> > > answer?
> >
> > As a short time solution: Yes, absolutely.
> You forgot that this may be also caused by having a slow bandwidth
> connection to the Internet. Ingo and Marc, I understand your problem,
> but don't be so indefinitely stubborn in your descission.

I don't see stubbornness in the mail you just replied to (see below).

Don't you think it would be way more prudent to make a patch fixing the 
problem or - failing that - at least to not write such senseless me-too 

> > I know all this. And I would very much like to fix all those
> > problems. But unfortunately I only have so much time to work on the
> > code. Maybe I should spend less time closing bogus bug reports and
> > duplicate wishes and supporting KMail users. NOT!


Mutig warf sich die kleine Überwachungskamera zwischen Täter und Opfer!
                                        --Rena Tangens / FoeBuD e.V.
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