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> 1. There was no break-in on any part of Devuan's infrastructure on 1st > April. This was the most skillfull prank I've witnessed in my life.
> 2. Devuan comes WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. Bluntly put, if you want to hold > someone liable, you need a contract. There are many professionals > here and in the world who can offer you support. Blaming any Devuan > developer for problems caused by his/her actions, be it a joke or a > mistake, is nonsense. Do read the license, if you need to hold > anyone liable for your own needs then make sure you have a contract > with somoene. It is entirely up to you to trust us or not
> 3. At Dyne.org - a public ICT research institution working with the > European Commission and some major municipalities - we use Devuan > in production. Clearly we need the reliability: so we work for > it. We are not only developing Devuan, but also we have an in-house > continuous-integration infrastructure to build packages and new > images for Devuan's many targets. I encourage everyone reading to > consider contributing to Devuan and at the same time plan your own > way of making a community project reliable for your own > professional use.
> 4. Katolaz is not just one of the caretakers of Devuan, but is by far > the developer making the most significant contributions to this > project. If it wasn't for him, we would be stuck at Jessie, > IMHO. For our community project, he has done: > - about 75 Devuan packages > - all the Devuan installers since Jessie RC > - all the minimal-live images since Jessie Beta2 > - development on the Devuan SDK > - work on the sysvinit package in Debian > - maintainance of all our critical infrastructure, including > all the building hosts, jenkins, dak, amprolla, pkgmaster, > mirrors, BTS, file server, all the ganeti nodes, DNS, web, > and what not.
> I wish there would be no need for a personalising argument in this > email, however given the attack Katolaz received I think of it as > necessary. I've been through something like this myself on this > very list, leading also to vandalization of wikipedia pages about > my work. Is not funny at all and some solidarity helps a lot.
> This mail is signed with the same 8192B RSA GPG key who signs all > packages distributed by Devuan. I'm not sure if we can go deeper in > trust... my former key signs this one too and was in turn signed by > GPG's author. Perhaps now I'll ask Werner to reach us in Amsterdam and > cuddle on the couch a bit ;^)
> -- > Denis "Jaromil" Roio https://Dyne.org think &do tank > Ph.D, CTO & co-founder software to empower communities > ✉ Haparandadam 7-A1, 1013AK Amsterdam, The Netherlands > ✩ Profile and publications: https://jaromil.dyne.org > 𝄞 crypto κρυπτο крипто गुप्त् 加密 האנוסים المشفره > ⚷ 6113D89C A825C5CE DD02C872 73B35DA5 4ACB7D10
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