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El 2013-08-26 a las 15:28 +0200, Dominique Leuenberger a.k.a. Dimstar escribió:
Quoting "Carlos E. R." <>:
It would be
appreciated if they at least freeze those repos.
Why would you have to downgrade? you can keep all the packages you
ever downloaded and installed.
Not having the repository only stops you from installing stuff from
there - not from using the stuff.
Which could happen. I might need to add a component. Sometimes you even
need to reinstall.
If you consider KDE important enough on an Evergreen
advocate to get into the Evergreen update and actually MAINTAIN those
packages. SOMEBODY must do the work; and I'd be surprised if much was
done on those packages lately to 'maintain' them, incl. eventual
security fixes (I don't know.. maybe there was a lot of work done.. )
I'm not asking for the packages to be maintained actively. I'm only asking
for them not to be deleted, it is a different thing. It only needs space
on (some) servers and mirrors, no maintenance time.
When a repo is actively maintained for evergreen, it can be renamed
It would be very aceptable if a mirror branch is created with an image of
as many repos as possible, and frozen. Then they are taken out of the
mirror replication across the world, unless by those that want to.
Carlos E. R.
(from 11.4, with Evergreen, x86_64 "Celadon" (Minas Tirith))
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