Debian complaining to KDE …

So now some Debian boohoos are complaining about my blog which is aggregated at Planet KDE, directly to KDE, how nice. They were bothered by the following statement:

Usual disclaimer: (1) Considering that I don’t have a user-facing Debian computer anymore, all these packages are only tested by third parties and not by myself. Be aware! (2) Funny to read the Debian Social Contract, Point 4. Our priorities are our users and free software, obviously I care a lot about my users, more than some other Debian members.

Funny that those few ….. over at Debian cannot get a grip on reality and continue to witch hunt me.

21 Responses

  1. Steve says:

    Yeah I don’t like their “woke” attitude either. Wish they’d just stick to producing the distribution without the social activism. Maybe the new multipolar world order will help change this behaviour. 🤞

  2. Anonymous says:

    The extent they have taken to monitor other aggregate sites is quite concerning indeed. Why are they doing this?

  3. john says:

    Thank you for all the work you’ve done for Debian and Linux. I started reading about the stuff that was going behind debian after learning about your destitution, that made me switch to another distro and recommend to every other linux user to know to stop using debian.

  4. Jose A. says:

    I’m not going to stop using Debian because a few people are being selfish about the meaning of the project. Debian is 30 years old and, at the end, DAM will be replaced by a honest person. Just be patient.

  5. V for Vendetta says:

    I can only recommend professor Desmet’s book “The psychology of totalitarianism”. It explains how totalitarian systems are made possible -> mass formation psychosis/hypnosis. Maybe it will help some people to understand what is currently going on in this world.

    Instead of improving their distro which is in dire need of change, they rather waste their time like this? XD
    That’s probably the reason why people leave Debian behind in search of distros which actually care about their users, their developers and their software.
    I too am thinking about switching to Alpine Linux from Devuan (which is based on Debian, but without bloated and unsecure systemd). Debian doesn’t have a future with such personnel. Maybe they should hire competent people for a change working on the software and not for the thought police. Bye, Debian!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Things will change in the future. in the meanwhile your contributions are very much appreciated for thoes of us that have chosen to seek you out

  7. piper says:



    I left debian ( went permanent in 1997),

    a communist distro

    I went back to LFS

    I will NEVER GO BACK to that POS DISTRO


    • Marco says:

      Lol you’re a jerk just like that nazi of norbert preining, only difference is you’re dumber

      • Didn’t expect anything else from the Debian side, I got called out Nazi etc so many times. Show of the average level on their side, thanks for proving my point.

        • marco says:

          I think I see him in a brown shirt as he stamps his feet and whines: “I’m not a Nazi, I’m not a Nazi”

  8. Richard says:

    I was reading over the drama history, including all 23 links provided as evidence.

    They really need to leave their house and observe the world a bit if that is what they think is important enough to spend effort qq’ing about.

    Now hunting you across to a separate blogging platform really reveals their inner thinking, they should have just been happy that you’d left their platform but no. They need some serious help.

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