wasted reading

Date: 2016-05-02 02:43 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
x has always been this way. this isnt news, its clicky bait- and rather predictable. the concept of a repo having trust in the maintainer in debian systems is well known. for all these years an evil teddy could have been placed in a debian repo and if not caught immediately, then fleshed out by users.

running click on x is no different. its merely a new format waiting for mir which will fix this old x problem. its also a wonderful concept i intend to implement with tcl scripts.

and im not even evil or teddy..
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