2013/1/25 Togan Muftuoglu <toganm(a)opensuse.org>:
> On 01/25/2013 10:01 PM, Michael Behrisch wrote:
>> 2013/1/25 Matwey V. Kornilov <matwey.kornilov(a)gmail.com>:
>>>> Is there
>>>> any smalltalker who wants to revive it or is it better to have it all
>>>> in Education?
>>> How about you?
>> Well, I don't feel qualified, installing and packaging scratch was my
>> first (conscious) contact with smalltalk, I did not write a single
>> program (yet). I would prefer adding it to education because it is
>> used at least by some educational packages and this is quite a vivid
>> project so it might get more attention there.
> But it is a language which is used also for educational purposes. In my
> opinion devel:languages:smalltalk is the correct place. If education
> repo users want to use it they can link it from d:l:s and continue
> pushing SRs to d:l:s
> Also discussing the topic in packaging or in factory could bring more
> opinions as well.
To be honest, I don't want to subscribe to two more voluminous mailing
lists ;-) I think the people in charge of d:l:s should be reading here
(which is not factory or packaging). I put opensuse-edu in CC, maybe
someone there has an opinion as well. Furthermore my SRs to Education
got accepted now so for the casual user the situation when doing the
software search might be more confusing now. I would still prefer
d:s:l to be deleted since there is no active maintainer.
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