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>> There also has been some
>> extensive discussion on openFATE, see for example
> Best regards!
I am doing research in digital communications and embedded systems. I have the
same feeling that some packages need to be added to openSUSE (e.g. aigaion
(bibliography management) or IT++ (signal processing)). Maybe a wiki page
would be a start in order to list and vote software that could be added to
openSUSE. This could be a good way of advertising less known software useful
Yes, that sounds like a good idea, and I guess the openfate page Vojtěch
pointed is a good starting point, especially
where some people have already listed a bunch of desired packages.
The page already contains a growing list for popular scientific
software. I just added there packages I would like to see in openSUSE.
Maybe you would like to add your wishes there as well?
The question is how to proceed with the voting for packages question,
since it is probably unreasonable to vote for "Yes, I want to have the
150 packages in opensuse" since some people has to do some work then,
concerning especially those package which have not been packaged yet at
all in OBS. Lots of things to discuss :)
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