--- Comment #7 from Joel Andres Granados <joel.granados(a)gmail.com> 2009-09-09
(In reply to comment #6)
(In reply to comment #5)
I'm not really convinced that separating each decoder plugin into
package is a good idea. Each package only contains a single binary so it seems
Which is not a reason not to put each on in a separate package. There are
packages that only contain a binary, like firmware packages.
a bit too fragmented.
True. It is fragmented but thats the point. Read my next comment.
The only real advantage would be including the moc core and plugins with an
acceptable license in the Fedora repositories and the rest in RPMFusion.
No, this is not the only advantage. The plugin idea is for the user to
add/remove any plugin as he/she sees fit. This is not possible through yum/rpm
if you put everything in an rpm. I personally want the all, but someone else
might decide not to install them all (for whatever reason). IMO, giving this
options is very important.
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