Excerpts from Dave Phillips's message of 2010-12-21 16:28:19 +0100:
Lots of Arch user might have respected Pauls wish and not written a
PKGBUILD, others may not have respected the wish or not have known it.
You can't expect everyone to know it, it's easy to get the svn link etc.
without knowing Pauls wishes. So yeah, the PKGBUILD could be deleted
from AUR but someone else will upload another one, because that's the
way we work, we write and share PKGBUILDs.
So from my point of view this discussion is pointless.
Adding messages to the PKGBUILD is a nice gesture of whoever maintains
the PKGBUILD at the time and the only solution.
I spare myself criticism regarding cooperation in the past and the
increasing tendency to control, but one more thing to think about:
'advertising' A3 features on the one hand and trying to preventing
'casual' users is contradictory.
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