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beg your pardon for the disturbing and deepest apologises if i'm using the wrong mailing list (please advise). as some of you probably know the Enlightenment project scheduled the release of Enlightenment-DR17 this year: http://trac.enlightenment.org/e - general info http://trac.enlightenment.org/e/wiki/ReleaseSchedule - Release Schedule
it happened that (as a de-facto maintainer of E-svn packages for openSUSE) i prepared a small project: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/dmitry_serpokryl:/E/
where have cooked some packages according to the Enlightenment Release Schedule. below is a draft page about that on E official site: http://trac.enlightenment.org/e/wiki/E17%20binary%20packages
suppose that the list of packages could be expanded in the nearest future. it's planned to have a regular monthly updates of a binary packages from E-svn. right now the repo inddeed contain core minimum plus "expedite" - universal test suite for "evas" (canvas of E-DR17).
is it possible to add my modest project to the "global" X11 group or replace/modify/upgrade the existing highly outdated repository: http://download.opensuse.org/pub/opensuse/repositories/X11:/Enlightenment/ ?
There is a project "X11:windowmanagers" where it would best be suited IMHO. Does it really need a project ? Wouldn't the packages be enough, under X11:windowmanagers ?
Would that be OK ? I'm a maintainer for that project, so I could move your home:dmitry_serpokryl:E/* to X11:windowmanagers/
(we're probably better off discussing that on the opensuse-buildservice mailing-list by the way)
cheers - -- -o) Pascal Bleser email@example.com /\ http://opensuse.org -- I took the green pill __v FOSDEM::7+8 Feb 2009, Brussels, http://fosdem.org