On Fri, 2009-04-17 at 16:59 +0200, Stanislav Brabec wrote:
Vincent Untz wrote:
At the moment, G:S:2.26 contains all the packages we have in G:F. I propose that we only keep there the packages for modules that follow the GNOME release cycle (and potential dependencies). This means we'd have a subset of the packages that live in G:F.
I fully agree. You have just to think whether GTK+ should have a separate repository or not.
What would be the reason to put GTK+ in a separate repository?
If people like the idea, we can probably start by listing packages where the rdiff between openSUSE:11.1 and G:S:2.26 is empty.
And reversely packages with version 2.26.x will become a part of G:S automatically.
I propose to move the rest to GNOME:APPLICATIONS or something similar. In difference to GNOME:Community it would be uses as a base for Factory.
Do you mean something like GNOME:Apps:2.26, GNOME:Apps:2.28 etc?