On Mar 21, 2012 (Wednesday), at 10:41 AM, todd rme wrote:
On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 9:03 PM, Petr Vanek email@example.com wrote:
we, the Razor-qt team, were contacted by various people that it would be great if we can push razor-qt into official openSUSE repository. And finally, Jos Poorvliet suggested real steps to do something.
opensuse-project thread: http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-project/2012-03/msg00009.html
It's fine, I already maintain suse rpm packages of razor-qt in OBS. But how can I handle a "add to factory" request, please?
With some people we have X11:QtDesktop OBS repository. It contains (IMHO) set of important and relatively acceptable quality software (based on Qt) which is slowly expanding from our home:repositories. So maybe it will be cool to add some useful utilities into factory as well...
Is it possible to use X11:QtDesktop as a devel repo for factory? And then to use just "submit package" to factory?
thanks, petr vanek
The Qt libraries are already built under the KDE:Qt repository, and there are Qt packages already being built under various KDE: project like KDE:Distro:Factory and KDE:Extra. Is there a reason you are creating a new repository in a different place, rather than using one of the existing repositories or creating a new project under the KDE: structure like the Qt libraries?
the only one reason is that the "qtdesktop" is handled as a universal platform for packaging. So there rpm packages for fedora/redhat built in the OBS as well. Is it a real problem?