On 2011-02-24 22:01:09 (+0100), Wolfgang Rosenauer <wolfgang(a)rosenauer.org> wrote:
Am 24.02.2011 21:41, schrieb Pascal Bleser:
On 2011-02-24 21:15:37 (+0100), Wolfgang
Rosenauer <wolfgang(a)rosenauer.org> wrote:
That's sad. I disagree with 11.1 being
unmaintained. Otherwise I would
invest my time for nothing what is not very attractive.
Okay, after discussing it... We're going to build our
"Essentials" repository for 11.1, as we do for SLE_11 (and
factory and tumbleweed), that should be doable.
Not knowing exactly what "Essentials" is but anyway it sounds good to me
We're splitting things up into four repositories:
* Essentials (11.2, 11.3, 11.4, Factory, Tumbleweed, SLE11SP1)
* Multimedia (11.2, 11.3, 11.4)
* Games (11.2, 11.3, 11.4)
* Extra (11.2, 11.3, 11.4)
Not sure what'll be in Extra yet, and we should normally manage
to try to get most things from Games into obs://games.
Essentials is stuff like mplayer, smplayer, vlc, ffmpeg,
libmpg123, k3b-codecs, libxine1-codecs, gstreamer-*, ...
Multimedia is less often used packages like LiVES, cinelerra,
dvdauthor, 2ManDVD, gpodder, handbrake, mythtv, ...
Of course, it's always debatable whether we should move
something from Multimedia to Essentials but right now we've more
or less identified a set of packages we see as "essential" and
work on getting the whole thing going.
Once it's all running smoothly, we can still discuss about
individual packages (e.g. have mythtv for Evergreen, etc...).
there be Evergreen repositories instead ?
There is openSUSE:Evergreen:11.1
Oh, awesome! I didn't notice :)
Okay, that's perfect.
So here is what we're going to do:
* wait until Monday to give people a chance of rsyncing the old
tree of packages, and then delete /suse/11.1
* build our Essentials project (*) against
I actually just added Evergreen ;)
-o) Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser(a)opensuse.org>
-- I took the green pill
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