On Sunday 13 November 2011 02:16:13 Timothy Pearson wrote: > 3.) Keeping 2) in mind, a clear upstream project such as TDE does make > KDE:KDE3 somewhat obsolete from a certain perspective. You already said you do not want to be upstream. I asked explicitely. > I am not trying to erase your repository You just cannot. > or anything even close to it. I > am simply asking that you acknowledge TDE as the upstream source You rejected being upstream when I asked. > for > future development, and possibly work towards getting TDE building on > OpenSUSE, instead of maintaining a fleet of patches for a product that was > released over 5 years ago. > In the end it is your choice; I hope you read the advice offered above in > the kindly spirit that it was given in. You already asked for reconciliation, but then just attacked me with doubled strength and false accusations. I will not help to build Trinity for openSUSE and will advise against its inclusion. It is pity that such project as KDE3 was cloned by an unstable paranoid psycho.