On Tue, 2007-10-23 at 15:15 -0500, Michael Wolf wrote:
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.
alexandria: A book-cataloging application. Requires ruby-gnome2 and ruby-amazon (which should make its way into the ruby project eventually), among other things.
(NB: This package is still kind of broken, as munkii has reported on IRC. I'm working on it.)
ruby-gnome2: 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.
I'll second the inclusion of the ruby bindings for GNOME, and add darix to the Cc since he maintains most of ruby for us.
giggle: A gtk+ frontend for git.
jokosher: 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.
verbiste: 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.