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Re: [opensuse] openSUSE @ Google Summer of Code 2006
  • From: Richard Bos <radoeka@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 11:20:06 +0200
  • Message-id: <200604301120.07828.radoeka@xxxxxxxxx>
Op vrijdag 28 april 2006 10:43, schreef Christoph Thiel:
> > We are now looking for ideas, proposals, projects, etc. around openSUSE
> > and SUSE Linux, that could be worked on in Google Summer of Code. As the
> > period of application for SoC is already very short, we need to get our
> > proposals for project online May 1st, 2006, at the latest.
> >
> > So, for example, if you are missing a certain YaST module, or a special
> > feature in the distribution, speak up now!
> I know quite some people are using the SMART Package Manager these days:
> So, I'm going to propose some extensions to SMART to handle the new
> rpm-md+ based update channels for SUSE Linux, including deltarpm support,
> etc. Maybe a QT GUI for SMART would be a nice feature as well, eh? Is
> there anything else that you are missing in SMART that could be addressed
> by a SoC project?

What about a repodata enabled _repository_ I really mean repository and not a
bunch of directories scattered around a server, like it is now. Have a look at my
apt (repodata enabled) sources.list file:

repomd suse-10.1
repomd suse
repomd 10.1
repomd suse
repomd rpmkeys

It's a big mess. It's not the apt way of doing with all components in 1 place, like e.g:
rpm SuSE/10.1-i386 packman usr-local-bin

When will there be a centralized package repository for suse (including 3rd party
contributred packages). The repository should provide a list of all packages and files
in the repository (including on the not subscribed channels/components).

Richard Bos
Without a home the journey is endless

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