On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 06:13:11 +0200, Erik Jakobsen wrote:
I'm a member of the Motion mailinglist, and had
the idea -along with other
the list included the developers- that it would be a nice idea, to implement
the Motion detection software in openSUSE too.
It's already included with other linux os'es, and I wonder why it's not
in openSUSE, that I have used since very many years.
I also used it a couple years ago -- to observe some breeding birds. I
love this software. I built it in my own build system back then. I have
no use for it today, but I put it into the opensuse build service some
time ago -- it lives in the home:poeml project.
You should be able to find it via software.opensuse.org/search
can link to it. Maybe there is a better place in the namespace where to
put it, I don't know.
I would be happy to give you, or the developers directly, access to the
build service sources, so you can maintain it.
For information here's a URL:
From /Adrian Schroeter I got this.
Everybody can package it via the build service, check
for this :)
Or ask someone on the opensuse-packaging mailing list to do so.
I now ask if there's a person, that can/will do the work?
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