Comment 71 for bug 1273484

(In reply to Mark Hill from comment #65)
> This must be some kind of joke right? Are there serious considerations to
> get rid of the nagios-plugins RPM? I thought it was a bad idea before, but
> now after reading that last comment and associated blog article, I am
> outraged! And are we really worried that the new team writing the code for
> these plugins are not going to be up to par? REALLY? I'm pretty sure a
> fifth-grader could meet the standards the previous team set, It isn't
> excately a high bar to meet. I promise I am not tyring to be degrading, and

"I'm pretty sure a fifth-grader could meet the standards the previous team set" but you're not trying to be degrading...

Anyways, given I don't find your name in any of the SCM logs, email lists, or anything Nagios related (other than promoting Nagios XI on stack overflow) I'm not sure I trust your opinion on this.

> I sincerely appreciate the work they did! I just think it is ridiculous to
> assume that because of the changes that got everyone all upset we should
> drop the nagios-plugins rpm and move to nagios-insertyourideahere-plugins.
> As other "community members" have already said, I do not want to deal with
> all of the dependency issues this creates, just because of a little pissing
> match.

It actually creates virtually no dependency issues AFAIK; can you elaborate?

>
> Sam: I really appreciate you dealing with this, but please, keep a straight
> head on this.