How to maintain non-core stuff?
pollux at xfce.org
Sat Feb 19 12:20:15 CET 2005
Le samedi 19 février 2005 à 11:58 +0100, Olivier Fourdan a écrit :
> Hehehe, do I need to say how much I agree ;)
> As a side note, we could even take the opportunity to move to svn maybe,
> if possible?
> On Sat, 2005-02-19 at 11:53 +0100, Benedikt Meurer wrote:
> > Back on the non-core stuff topic started by Botsie some time ago, I did
> > some thinking about this last night, and I came to the conclusion that
> > it would be nice to maintain non-core stuff, that has a strong relation
> > to Xfce (like Xfmedia, Terminal, libexo, InstallIt, MousePad) in Xfce
> > CVS as well, as a separate toplevel module (maybe xfce-apps or some cool
> > name w/o a "xf" or "xfce" in it). This would offer several advantages;
> > most importantly, it would open the projects in question to a wider
> > range of people. For example, Brian would have direct access to libexo
> > for xfmedia, Olivier would no longer think that the installer generator
> > is closed source :-), and so on.
> > This is only for the repository now, there's no need for the application
> > to adhere to the Xfce release cycle, or any other commitment for the
> > application maintainers.
> > So, can we agree on this? Opinions?
> > greets,
> > Benedikt
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