--- Comment #37 from Alec Leamas <leamas.alec(a)gmail.com> 2014-01-28 15:48:04 CET
(In reply to comment #35)
A point missing in this whole discussion is imho, that
can be installed using the repository provided by this package, by no means
contains the actual dropbox daemon. Instead it downloads and install that
daemon into each user's ~/.dropboxd (at least it did that last time I tried).
So, there *is* room for a lpf-dropbox package containing dropboxd installed
Agreed, that could be done in a meaningful way. OTOH, it's a some work and adds
some complexity to something which more or less works "out of the box" anyway.
Now, the reason i submitted this request is more like a test of the
legal/policy ramifications for packaged yum configuration in rpmfusion. As long
as it isn't clarified if/how/when this is allowed, this should really be the
focus here IMHO.
And as of now, this is clear as mud to me.
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