[Goodies-dev] git repository layout
aliov at xfce.org
Sun May 17 11:35:06 CEST 2009
Mike Massonnet wrote:
> 2009/5/17 Brian J. Tarricone <bjt23 at cornell.edu>:
>> On 05/17/2009 01:59 AM, Ali Abdallah wrote:
>>> Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
>>>> * mousepad (No active maintainer for some time)
>>> But Nick has an experimental branch of mousepad in git, don't he in this
>>> way maintaining mousepad, probably this is a question for him.
>> I don't consider 14 months of no commits as "active" ^_~. Even if it were
>> actively maintained, I don't think mousepad should be a core app.
> This makes the whole core thing the "minimum apps that should be
> needed to run a desktop", and that is a desktop like Windows 95 (:-P)
> but without notepad, without cmd, without any actual real app that has
> a window border, those are not core apps. Why not move core apps to
> goodies, forget about goodies and rename it to the "git" repository,
> like actually Benny once suggested, the two separate repos are not
> essential and it is fine to have a single one just like GNOME has.
I think the point is just which packages goes to the Xfce release, when
there is a release of the core applications (panel, desktop, window
manager, session ,conf) the other goodies packages aren't necessarily
have a new version to release, but they can always be used with the new
version of course, without having to do a version bump, this gives high
flexibility to the goodies, the git layout is just a way to describe
this, they will be in the same place anyway.
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