A few days ago, someone — I won’t divulge a name here, but this person truly is a piece of work — was bemoaning the fact that Fedora has delayed yet again its release of Fedora 18; as if getting it out right the first time — getting it right, right out of the gate — is a bad thing.
Personally, I’m OK with getting things right as a priority to getting stuff out on time.
Contrast this “tardy release” complaint to Ubuntu having things like this pop up as bugs in their software nearly six months after its release:
Poor Amber, whomever she is. You also have to love that stock response.
Update: Apparently Amber figured it out and it seems to be a Pidgin/Google issue because she writes in the comments in the bug report above:
“Okay. After finding and removing the png from pidgin’s files in /home/amber/.purple/icons, and restarting a few things, I’m pretty sure the offending photo is permanently gone. Thank you!”