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About democracy was Re: Organizing for 6.2
> On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, JF Martinez wrote:
> > I guess for now the best is use egcs because gcc 2.95 seems to have
> > some grievous bugs. However gcc 2.95 generates far better code so
> > best would seomeone keeping a watch on the gcc development lsit and
> > perhaps ask some questions in it about release dates, bugs and if it
> > is safe to use pentium optimizations.
> Are the bugs you mention really serious? The gnu gcc web site makes no
> warning about any major bugs and it seems there are many developers
> using gcc 2.95.2 I do not have any problem using the egcs version, but I
> would hate to pass on better quality code and pentium optimizations if
> there are no serious problems with gcc 2.95.2
> > IN the interim we can also hack the installer: conflict resolution,
> > adding the Indialer and support for multiple CDs.
> We are talking about the newt installer, right?
I think something is wrong here because I am taking decisions alone.
When I was doing 90 % of Indy this was logical but now that we begin
to have a real team building we will have to make this more democratic
ie active participants must be able to influence crucial decisions
like what installer we chose.
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses