I have some packages that I'd like to propose for inclusion in
GNOME:Community. All of them are available in home:maw, in most cases
for 10.3 and up.
A book-cataloging application. Requires ruby-gnome2 and ruby-amazon
(which should make its way into the ruby project eventually), among
(NB: This package is still kind of broken, as munkii has reported on
IRC. I'm working on it.)
ruby bindings for GNOME.
I didn't make this package -- jkress did. I think that it should
ultimately live in either the ruby project or the GNOME:Community
project, but I'm not sure which. Thoughts? Either way, we can assume
one will link to the other.
A gtk+ frontend for git.
An audio recording application.
On 10.3, it requires a questionable package: alsa-python, also available
in my project.
It also requires gstreamer010-gnolin, which is available in my project,
and should soon make its way to Factory as well.
A simple tool to conjugate French verbs, and find the infinitives of
already-conjugated verbs. It looks like it would be relatively simple
to extend it to conjugate verbs in other languages (at least some other
European ones), FWIW.
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